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Growing number of medical specialists oppose lockdowns

The way politicians and many in the mainstream media are pushing the COVID-1984 lockdowns, you would think every medical specialist in the world must favour of them. Far from true, thousands of medical scientists/practitioners are pushing back against the lockdowns.

Athony Furey, a reporter for the Toronto Sun, recently tweeted a list of a few of the medical specialist in Canada who state that lockdowns are not the answer:

The Great Barrington Declaration was started on Oct 4, 2020 by three of the world’s leading epidemiologists, Dr. Martin Kulldorf: Harvard University, Dr. Sunetra Gupta: Oxford University and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya: Stanford University, calling for an end to the lockdowns because they are not only ineffective in fighting viruses, they cause more damage than the disease they are supposed to be fighting.

They state that governments should instead focus their attention on protecting those most vulnerable to the virus, the elderly and those with underlying health conditions, not the healthy.

  • On Oct 7, 2020, 2,400 medical epidemiologists/researchers/scientists had signed the petition calling for an end to lockdowns. On Jan .9, 2021, the number sits at 13,290.
  • On Oct 7, 2020, 2,600 medical practitioners had signed the declaration. On Jan. 9, 2021 the number sits at 40,199.

And here is the list of the epidemiologists and other medial researchers/specialists who co-signed The Great Barrington Declaration (GBD) the day it launched on Oct 4, 2020. The list below was taken directly from GBD’s website:

  1. Dr. Alexander Walker, principal at World Health Information Science Consultants, former Chair of Epidemiology, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, USA
  2. Dr. Andrius Kavaliunas, epidemiologist and assistant professor at Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  3. Dr. Angus Dalgleish, oncologist, infectious disease expert and professor, St. George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, England
  4. Dr. Anthony J Brookes, professor of genetics, University of Leicester, England
  5. Dr. Annie Janvier, professor of pediatrics and clinical ethics, Université de Montréal and Sainte-Justine University Medical Centre, Canada
  6. Dr. Ariel Munitz, professor of clinical microbiology and immunology, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  7. Dr. Boris Kotchoubey, Institute for Medical Psychology, University of Tübingen, Germany
  8. Dr. Cody Meissner, professor of pediatrics, expert on vaccine development, efficacy, and safety. Tufts University School of Medicine, USA
  9. Dr. David Katz, physician and president, True Health Initiative, and founder of the Yale University Prevention Research Center, USA
  10. Dr. David Livermore, microbiologist, infectious disease epidemiologist and professor, University of East Anglia, England
  11. Dr. Eitan Friedman, professor of medicine, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
  12. Dr. Ellen Townsend, professor of psychology, head of the Self-Harm Research Group, University of Nottingham, England
  13. Dr. Eyal Shahar, physician, epidemiologist and professor (emeritus) of public health, University of Arizona, USA
  14. Dr. Florian Limbourg, physician and hypertension researcher, professor at Hannover Medical School, Germany
  15. Dr. Gabriela Gomes, mathematician studying infectious disease epidemiology, professor, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
  16. Dr. Gerhard Krönke, physician and professor of translational immunology, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
  17. Dr. Gesine Weckmann, professor of health education and prevention, Europäische Fachhochschule, Rostock, Germany
  18. Dr. Günter Kampf, associate professor, Institute for Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, Greifswald University, Germany
  19. Dr. Helen Colhoun, professor of medical informatics and epidemiology, and public health physician, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
  20. Dr. Jonas Ludvigsson, pediatrician, epidemiologist and professor at Karolinska Institute and senior physician at Örebro University Hospital, Sweden
  21. Dr. Karol Sikora, physician, oncologist, and professor of medicine at the University of Buckingham, England
  22. Dr. Laura Lazzeroni, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and of biomedical data science, Stanford University Medical School, USA
  23. Dr. Lisa White, professor of modelling and epidemiology, Oxford University, England
  24. Dr. Mario Recker, malaria researcher and associate professor, University of Exeter, England
  25. Dr. Matthew Ratcliffe, professor of philosophy, specializing in philosophy of mental health, University of York, England
  26. Dr. Matthew Strauss, critical care physician and assistant professor of medicine, Queen’s University, Canada
  27. Dr. Michael Jackson, research fellow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  28. Dr. Michael Levitt, biophysicist and professor of structural biology, Stanford University, USA. Recipient of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
  29. Dr. Mike Hulme, professor of human geography, University of Cambridge, England
  30. Dr. Motti Gerlic, professor of clinical microbiology and immunology, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  31. Dr. Partha P. Majumder, professor and founder of the National Institute of Biomedical Genomics, Kalyani, India
  32. Dr. Paul McKeigue, physician, disease modeler and professor of epidemiology and public health, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
  33. Dr. Rajiv Bhatia, physician, epidemiologist and public policy expert at the Veterans Administration, USA
  34. Dr. Rodney Sturdivant, infectious disease scientist and associate professor of biostatistics, Baylor University, USA
  35. Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee, professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, USA
  36. Dr. Simon Thornley, epidemiologist and biostatistician, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  37. Dr. Simon Wood, biostatistician and professor, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
  38. Dr. Stephen Bremner,professor of medical statistics, University of Sussex, England
  39. Dr. Sylvia Fogel, autism provider and psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and instructor at Harvard Medical School, USA
  40. Tom Nicholson, Associate in Research, Duke Center for International Development, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, USA
  41. Dr. Udi Qimron, professor of clinical microbiology and immunology, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  42. Dr. Ulrike Kämmerer, professor and expert in virology, immunology and cell biology, University of Würzburg, Germany
  43. Dr. Uri Gavish, biomedical consultant, Israel
  44. Dr. Yaz Gulnur Muradoglu, professor of finance, director of the Behavioural Finance Working Group, Queen Mary University of London, England

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