@meghnawbur - Twitter Profile Analysis
Analysis of 83 tweets by Meghna Chakrabarti, from 03 Jan 2022 to 18 Jan 2022.
Lindsey Leininger @lindsleininger
We must talk ramp-down metrics. Otherwise the public will refuse to stay strong...much less ever ramp back up.
experts have loads of experience defining and implementing high-stakes measures. Wishing the analysts in the fight good luck and much coffee. https://t.co/tp1cvR7imf
Undark Magazine @undarkmag
It’s difficult to know precisely which factors are contributing to Iraq’s ongoing medical problems. A pediatrician says she suspects contaminated water, lack of proper nutrition, and poverty are all factors, but war also has a role.
Stephanie H. Murray @stephmurrayyyy
Strangest part of the schools debate is the flurry of articles saying little more than "lol why would you be mad at democrats? They are trying to keep schools open right now!" and then pretending that the first 1.5 years of the pandemic did not occur.
Chise 🧬🧫🦠💉 @sailorrooscout
Does COVID-19 vaccination have a protective effect against Long COVID? Answer: YES.
“Vaccination with at least two doses of COVID-19 vaccine was associated with a substantial decrease in reporting the most common post-acute COVID-19 symptoms, bringing it back to baseline.” 🧵
Susie Dent 💙 @susie_dent
Word of the day is ‘sparple’ (14th century): to deflect unwanted attention from one thing by making a big deal of another.
I am confused-can someone who is calling for mandates for everybody to wear N95s all the time (like in schools) answer for me what you are hoping to achieve with this? Is it better protection for you? Or is it to insist that others protect themselves better? If it's the former,
Walid Gellad, MD MPH @walidgellad
The most frustrating part for me about the discussion around vaccine induced myocarditis is the false choice that you either vaccinate the US way or you get nothing.
Other countries - very advanced ones - are doing what they can to lower myocarditis risk while still vaccinating.
Gary Brannan @garybrannan
I have genuinely spent 10 minutes starting at this but, no, it really DOES appear to be true that a bunch of cryptobros just spent €2.6 MILLION - 100x the asking price - for a book at auction in the mistaken belief that they would therefore own the copyright in it. https://t.co/2HmaGWHKWF
Margery Smelkinson, Ph.D. @MSmelkinsonPhD
New study shows that omicron is milder than delta even in the unvaxed under-5s. Their incredibly low risk has gotten even lower, but because they're unvaxed, preschools are some of the most restricted settings in the country.
Scott Latham, PhD @ScoLatham
I’ve worked in #highered
for 20 years now - been a faculty member, assoc. dean, dean, chair, vice provost - I have a pretty good network across the country, and real good in Boston - the number one reason we aren’t back to normal in #highered
? Faculty. (1/x)
Jeffrey Flier @jflier
Seems obvious to me that this "Omicron shift" is the scientifically, medically, ethically, educationally, economically and politically right thing to do. Details and timing will vary, but not the big picture. via @NYTimes https://t.co/DNN3z1YRmF
Sully Sullenberger @Captsully
1/3 On this day 13 years ago #Flight1549
changed my life, the lives of my family and the lives of passengers, crew members and first responders. And as the years roll by, the memories I have from the events of that day do not fade.
Sarah Ryley @MissRyley
“Starting Monday, we will postpone 2,200 [surgeries] a week to make the best possible use of the staff we have,” Mass General Brigham’s COO said. This is ~40% of system's total surgical procedures.
Hospitals are considering size and growth rate of tumors.
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