We looked inside some of the tweets by @BBCPallab and here's what we found interesting.
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I'm sure there are a lot of Venus phosphine stories out there and I am not saying mine is the best. But it is probably one of the better ones and finding the very best will take you time, so your optimal strategy is to read mine as it is right here. https://t.co/BUU4bVoeKC
@EditorsUK @absw @SMC_London @BBCPallab @andrewdagnell @theipaper @editorianmurray If only science writers filled the press room at the White House, asking questions only an epidemiologist could answer. Instead, a radiologist tells us children don't need masks and "herd immunity" is the answer. (Writing from home, six months into my new life as a hermit.)
More than 1,600 people have #COVID19, 6 are dead & more will be, because officials presiding over #SanQuentin prison turned down *free* tests & epidemiological advice from researchers, which was pushed forward to no avail by law firms. My latest: https://t.co/WflkaLGpe0
@BBCPallab ‘Still’ is pushing it a bit. If they’d been guided by science they’d have locked down at least a week earlier for starters. This is another unhelpfully centralised model when we could learn from countries that have already done this well and decentralised to local primary care.
@PeaseRoland @BBCPallab "In June govt announced that Dr Clare Gardiner, a director at the National Cyber Security Centre with a background in medical statistics & epidemiology, would head up the centre. She takes over from Home Office official Tom Hurd, who briefly led the JBC" https://t.co/SNUg86muh4