Covid-19 Science

The science behind the global response to the Covid-19 pandemic

There is no evidence that the implementation of novel Non-Pharmacological Interventions controlled the virus effectively

By Juergen Ude : 12th February 2021

Academically lockdowns, face masks, social distancing, quarantining, and testing all make a difference. If we live under a dome it is impossible to spread diseases, but the price is suffocation. Lockdowns result in mental and economical suffocation. Even the WHO in 2018 suggested that quarantining and restricting movement is no longer acceptable and other ways need to be found.

This is soft science. What may have been found in an academic controlled research study means nothing in practice and what makes sense intellectually means nothing. This is the real world consisting of human beings who are not perfect. We have studied every country and the conclusion was that there was no evidence that lockdown and other containment measures, such as face masks and testing made an observable consistent predictable difference.

Details of our study with charts and complete references can be found in our full report which you can download below.

Covid-19 Analysis Report

Download the 40,000+ word analysis report on the science behind the response to the pandemic. AND/OR download the Open Letter attentioned to the world leaders.

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Dr Juergen Ude has a certificate in applied chemistry, a degree in applied science majoring in statistics and operations research as top student, a masters in economics with high distinctions in every subject, and a PhD in computer modelling and algorithms. He has lectured at Monash University on subjects of data analysis, computer modelling, and quality & reliability.

Prior to founding his own company (Qtech International Pty Ltd), Dr Ude worked as a statistician and operations researcher for 18 years in management roles having saved employers millions of dollars through his AI and ML algorithms. Through Qtech International, Dr Ude has developed data analysis solutions in over 40 countries for leading corporations such as Alcoa, Black and Decker, Coca-Cola Amatil, US Vision and many more. Additionally he has developed campaign analysis software for politicians.