Covid-19 : The Evidence Now PART 2

What have we learned?

Last week we published our first 3 evidence updates, focusing on aspects of the SARS-CoV-2 virus itself, its variants and natural immunity, with implications for border closures and futile attempts at achieving ‘zero covid’.

This week, we are grateful to four more authors for revisiting their contributions a year on, this time looking at some of the ethical aspects, highlighted also in the care we have or have not shown for the elderly in our society, and the societal impacts of masks set against their poor efficacy against infection. We invite you to read the following updated articles, to reflect on what we have learned in the past year.

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