"We are Actually Getting Closer to Herd Immunity" -- Dr. Soo Aleman (Karolinska Institute):It is simply insane that some people are still banking on naturally-occurring herd immunity as a strategy.
She notes that social distancing "is not properly kept very well" and as summertime rolled around there was "crowding at the beaches." And of course there's no mask mandates or recommendations in Sweden with hardly anyone wearing them.
An unexpectedly positive turn for Brazilian cities once plagued with the coronavirus pandemic is raising fresh questions about herd immunity. A new report in the Washington Post described how the i…
"A new report in the Washington Post described how the impoverished city of Manaus saw hospitalizations plummet even though it had never imposed a lockdown or taken the drastic measures imposed in Asia and Europe. It's also testing far more residents than it once did."
So, Dr. Aleman, MD, PhD, & Associate Professor at the Karolinska Institute is "simply insane" for proposing naturally-occurring herd immunity in Sweden based on her research?
I know it's not politically correct to mention herd immunity with this virus, but I'm referencing highly-qualified experts in the field who's research shouldn't automatically be dismissed.