OPINION: The Great Barrington Declaration and its critics 

Three of the world’s top epidemiologists published the Great Barrington Declaration, a short treatise that advocates a controversial approach to managing the coronavirus pandemic. Professors Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford University, Sunetra Gupta of Oxford University and Martin Kulldorff of Harvard University argued that societies across the globe should reopen immediately and completely.
"Three of the world's top epidemiologists published a short treatise advocating opening up societies across the globe immediately. Over 130,000 people including about 4,900 medical and public health scientists and 9000 medical practitioners have signed on this week." San Diego County Supervisor podcast Interview with
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