Top scientists making quiet exits out of embarrassment about ‘bad science’ driving policy have left these agencies without leadership
Dr. Tracy Beth Høeg describes herself as “pro-evidence.” Having practiced rehabilitation medicine and holding a PhD in epidemiology and public health, she was conscious of statistics and closely following the public health messaging around COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Høeg was not against vaccination for high-risk groups and recommended vaccines when they first rolled out for adults. But she questioned vaccination mandates, especially for children who had already been infected. She questioned lockdowns, school closures, mask mandates, and testing of students. She examined studies that measured safety and efficacy data for children—who are at low risk for COVID—and found that they contradicted public health policies.
“Post-vax myocarditis was clearly above baseline at the end of May. We are standing on shaky ground if we say the risk to otherwise healthy kids from COVID-19 is higher than it is from the vaccine,” she posted to Twitter on June 10, 2021.
Within seconds, Twitter flagged her tweet as “misleading,” to which Høeg wrote “I’m quoting the CDC’s [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] own slides.” Post-vax myocarditis was clearly above baseline at the end of May. As previously discussed, we are standing on shaky ground if we say the risk to otherwise healthy kids from Covid-19 is higher than it is from the vaccine. pic.twitter.com/fSDrlLm61f — Tracy Høeg, MD, PhD (@TracyBethHoeg) June 11, 2021 Since the beginning of the pandemic, she has been carefully tracking the health decisions, keen to draw attention to discrepancies.
“In terms of the decisions that [health authorities] were making…I was just so angry, and I felt like I couldn’t do anything,” Høeg said. “That’s why I started doing the research that I did, because someone has to do something.”
Høeg was […]
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