The New England Journal of Medicine says that wearing them outside medical facilities offers little protection.
It may be a vascular disease.
That would explain a lot. We’ve been comparing it to the flu, but it’s not a good comparison.
I didn’t realize it was such a rare phenomenon. I rarely buy boneless chicken, and we roast a whole one (or split and grill it) almost every week, and then make soup with the leftovers, and have been doing it for years.
I continue to wonder how much this will change peoples’ eating habits, now that so many have learned to cook. It may mean that the restaurant industry will never recover to pre-plague levels.
…is ruled to be in violation of science for not having more people die.
The CDC recommendations are insane.
Just get rid of the CDC, and replace it with an organization actually trying to control disease.
An interesting review of an old book, in the context of current times.
Why they sometimes change their minds and disagree.
Part of the problem here is that “science says” has been used as a political bludgeon for too long, particularly with regard to climate.
The real problem with the goes beyond bad code (as is the case with climate).
Much of it never was, particularly given the capriciousness with which many took action.