The Pandemic: Views from across the Asia Pacific Region

Last week I spoke to the IEA about Australia and the COVID-19 experience. Here is the video transcript.

 

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4 Responses to The Pandemic: Views from across the Asia Pacific Region

  1. nb

    OK. The data is in.
    Tony Heller explains in ‘Fool me Twice’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqUwpqjG_jM
    Summary: Lockdowns are not necessary. In the USA ‘It is all about politics.’
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    Is Dan taking his orders from the Chinese and/or international socialism that want Trump gone? The more places that lock down the more momentum there is for additional lockdowns in the US. Perhaps Dan is just part of the game.

  2. amortiser

    With all the panicking about a second wave there is a sum total of one person with Wuhan virus in ICU Australia wide.
    This is bordering on the ridiculous.

  3. Amortiser:

    This is bordering on the ridiculous.

    This is a form of mass hysteria, except it’s not being done by ignorant schoolgirls or low IQ males, it’s being done by people living in splendid isolation in the upper strata of our societies who believe firmly in the concept of “Your end of the Titanic is sinking.”

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