Covid data ‘exaggerating’ risk, medics and academics tell Boris Johnson

The letter’s signatories also include Anthony Fryer, ┬áprofessor of clinical biochemistry at Keele University, Richard Ennos, professor of biological sciences at Edinburgh University, and Mike Hulme, professor of human geography at Cambridge. They write: “The management of the crisis has become disproportionate and is now causing more harm than good. “We urge policy-makers to remember […]

The second wave peaked before lockdown began

The number of people admitted to hospital with Covid has also started to slow. The Prime Minister says that a still rising number of deaths justifies lockdown. But the number of new cases tends to be two weeks ahead of hospitalisations and four weeks ahead of deaths,...

Coronavirus kills one in five cancer patients, research shows

Patient cases from across Europe, America and China, and different malignancy types and age ranges, are represented in the findings. The most elevated coronavirus mortality correlation was associated with blood cancers, according to the research authors. Patients from...