A new international study on the course of the COVID-19 pandemic in six northern European countries has unexpectedly discovered that the pre-existing seasonal nature of coronaviruses may have played more of a role during the pandemic than any of the government public health intervention policies – including vaccinations, lockdowns, masks and travel restrictions.
The scientific study was published in the peer-reviewed journal, Journal of Clinical Medicine.
1. Lockdowns, masks and vaccines did not impact covid 'cases' or 'deaths' – seasonality did. New peer-reviewed study of 6 Northern European countries:https://t.co/BNPcMMcACK— Prof Norman Fenton (@profnfenton) January 9, 2024