The virus took the biggest toll on people over the age of 75 with at least 635.8 deaths per 100,000. Those under the age of 14, school children who were unable to attend school for most of 2020, suffered the least, with 0.2 deaths per 100,000.
We call on the medical experts who inform governments to use some common sense, logic, and critical thinking. If it is all about the science, we implore the medical decision-makers to follow the data and science and understand that stopping Covid-19 ‘at all costs’ is not a policy and not attainable.
While many officeholders and media figures blame online “misinformation” for lingering vaccine hesitancy, considerably less contemplation has been spent on how the government’s own actions contribute to mistrust.
By Jonathan Butcher
President Joe Biden’s administration wants you to know your children are biased, and Washington has a plan to fix them.
This week, the U.S. Department of Education announced that officials are...