If you’re a regular reader, you’ll be familiar with my general complaints about pandemic messaging. Put very broadly, I think the public health messaging is too eager to give definite answers when the evidence is still uncertain, and too willing to issue sometimes patronizing platitudes. This has come up again in the context of comparing…

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