A website created by a physician expert in clinical epidemiology and randomized, controlled trials providing objective evidence—mainly randomized, controlled trial evidence—that till now, public masking for the prevention of respiratory viral transmission, including SARS-CoV-2/ “covid-19” transmission, has been shown to be ineffective.
- VIDEO and IMAGE: “MAKE MASKS OPTIONAL FOR RHODE ISLAND SCHOOLCHILDREN” “ZERO RI PEDIATRIC DEATHS FROM COVID”. See Our Billboard on I-95 Northbound Between Exits 16 and 17 in Cranston, RI
Thanks to Pat Ford of The Coalition Radio Network for the video above!
Location: I-95 S/O RT 10 – WELLINGTON AVE.
Current Advertiser: BJORKLUND 274-01750-01
Located in Cranston 5-6 miles from downtown Providence.
Targets northbound traffic towards Providence from southern RI, between exits 16 and 17.
- Updated: NO “Pediatric Covid-19 Emergency” In Rhode Island! Since RI Schools Re-Opened, 9/9/21 Through 11/11/21, Pediatric Covid-19 Daily Hospitalization Census (“With” or “From” Covid-19, Pooled) Has Averaged 0.8, With Census=ZERO 50% (32/64) of Those Days; ZERO 9 of First 11 Days of November
*Data imported from the Health and Human Services website, “COVID-19 Reported Patient Impact and Hospital Capacity by State”, 8/1/21 through 11/7/21
May 2021 Hospital Pediatrics included two reports demonstrating that true pediatric covid-19 hospitalizations were over counted by 40-45%:
a) Kushner LE, et al. “For COVID” or “With COVID”: Classification of SARS-CoV-2 Hospitalizations in Children. Hosp Pediatr. 2021; doi: 10.1542/hpeds.2021-006001
b) Webb NE and Osburn TS. Characteristics of Hospitalized Children Positive for SARS-CoV-2: Experience of a Large Center. Hosp Pediatr. 2021; doi: 10.1542/hpeds.2021-005919
- [VIDEO] ZERO Primary Cause Pediatric Covid-19 Deaths in Rhode Island Throughout the Pandemic: Under Oath Acknowledgment by RIDOH’s Dr. James McDonald in RI Superior Court
- The futility of public masking for the prevention of community respiratory viral transmission: from the 1918 influenza pandemic through the 2020-21 covid-19 pandemic