BARRINGTONSKA DEKLARACIJA - Prof.dr. Valerije Vrček - dokumenti, povezave... OBVEZNO POGLEJTE!

Prof. dr. sc. Valerije Vrček:


"Baringtonska deklaracija" je ključni dokument koji otkriva istinu o Covid 19 krizi, a u Hrvatskoj je ona zabranjena, protjerana. Ona je uporište i gromobran za sve nas u slučaju bilo kakvih negativnih posljedica mjera Stožeraša i cjepiva, odnosno sporova pred sudovima jer je znanstveno utemeljena. Zato o njoh u Hrvatskoj ne govore. Mediji su kod nas korona krizu pretvorili u pornografiju.


"Barringtonova deklaracija" je ključni dokument, ki razkriva resnico o krizi Covid 19, na Hrvaškem pa je prepovedana in izgnana. Je trdnjava in strelovod za vse nas v primeru kakršnih koli negativnih posledic ukrepov sedeža in cepiv ali sporov pred sodišči, ker je znanstveno utemeljen. Zato se na Hrvaškem o njej ne govori. Pri nas so mediji koronsko krizo spremenili v pornografijo.


The "Barrington Declaration" is a key document that reveals the truth about the Covid 19 crisis, and in Croatia it is banned, expelled. It is a stronghold and a lightning rod for all of us in the event of any negative consequences of the measures of the Headquarters and vaccines, or disputes before the courts because it is scientifically based. That is why they are not talked about in Croatia. In our country, the media has turned the crisis into pornography.



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Deklaracija

kot strokovnjaki za infektologijo in epidemiologijo ter znanstveniki za javno zdravje, imamo močne pomisleke glede uničujočih fizičnih in psihičnih učinkov zaradi ukrepov in pravil COVID-19. Priporočamo pristop, ki ga imenujemo osredotočena zaščita. Prihajamo z leve in desne, iz celega sveta, naše kariere pa so posvečene zaščiti ljudi. Trenutni ukrepi za preprečevanje virusa, kot so omejitve izhodov in gibanja, imajo uničujoč vpliv na javno zdravje, tako dolgoročno kot tudi kratkoročno. Poslabšanje mentalnega zdravja. Vse to vodi v večjo stopnjo umrljivosti v prihajajočih letih, največji vpliv pa bodo čutili delavski razred in mlajša generacija. Preprečevanje normalnega šolanja je globoka nepravica. Ohranitev takih ukrepov, dokler ne bo na voljo cepivo, bo povzročilo nepopravljivo škodo, s tem da bodo največjo škodo utrpeli manj priviligirani. Na srečo je naše razumevanje virusa vsak dan večje. Vemo, da je ranljivost in ogroženost zaradi COVID 19 več kot tisočkrat večja pri starejši in oboleli populaciji, kot pri mlajših. Za otroke je COVID 19 dejansko manj nevaren kot veliko drugih obolenj, vključno z gripo. Z večanjem imunosti med populacijo se zmanjšuje tudi tveganje okužbe za vse, vključno z ranljivo skupino. Vemo, da vse populacije nekoč dosežejo čredno imunost, torej točko, kjer so nove infekcije stabilne, kar se lahko podpre s cepivom (ni pa odvisno od tega). Naš cilj bi tako moral biti zmanjšanje umrljivosti in družbene škode, dokler ne dosežemo čredne imunosti. Najbolj sočuten pristop, ki enakomerno uravna tveganja in prednosti čredne imunosti je ta, da se tistim, ki so minimalno ogroženi omogoči normalno življenje in ojačanje imunosti na virus preko naravne okužbe, medtem ko bolje zaščitimo tiste, ki so ogroženi. Mi to imenujemo osredotočena zaščita. V središču skrbi za javno zdravje bi morala biti postavitev ukrepov za zaščito ranljivih. V domovih za ostarele npr. bi morali delati zaposleni, ki so že dosegli imunost, opravljati pa bi se morali pogosti testi za druge zaposlene in vse obiskovalce. Menjava zaposlenih v turnusih bi morala biti minimalna. Upokojenim ljudem, ki živijo doma, bi morali dostavljati hrano in druge potrebščine. Z družinskimi člani bi se, v kolikor mogoče, srečevali na prostem. Vpelje se lahko številne in podrobne ukrepe, vključno s pristopom pri večgeneracijskih gospodinjstvih, ki še vedno ustrezajo obsegu in zmogljivosti delavcev v zdravstveni oskrbi. Neogroženi ljudje naj nemudoma ponovno zaživijo svoja življenja. Vsak naj se drži preprostih higienskih pravil, kot so umivanje rok in ostajanje doma v primeru bolezni, tako se bo povišal prag čredne imunosti. Šole in universe naj bodo odprte za poučevanje v živo. Ponovno naj se oživijo športi in druge aktivnosti na prostem. Mlajši odrasli, ki niso ogroženi, naj delajo normalno, saj ni potrebe po delu od doma. Restavracije in druge dejavnosti naj odprejo vrata. Ponovno naj se oživi umetnost, glasba, šport in druge kulturne aktivnosti. Ljudje, ki spadajo v skupino z večjim tveganjem, naj se the dejavnosti udeležijo po lastni presoji, medtem ko družba kot celota lahko uživa zaščito, ki je bila dosežena preko tisti, ki so pripomogli k čredni imunosti. 4. oktobra 2020 je bila deklaracija izdana in podpisana v kraju Great Barrington, Zvezne države Amerike.


Podpisniki so:


Dr. Martin Kulldorff,

professor of medicine at Harvard University, a biostatistician, and epidemiologist with expertise in detecting and monitoring infectious disease outbreaks and vaccine safety evaluations.

Dr. Sunetra Gupta,

professor at Oxford University, an epidemiologist with expertise in immunology, vaccine development, and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases.

Dr. Jay Bhattacharya,

professor at Stanford University Medical School, a physician, epidemiologist, health economist, and public health policy expert focusing on infectious diseases and vulnerable populations.


Medical and Public Health Scientists and Medical Practitioners


Dr. Alexander Walker,

principal at World Health Information Science Consultants, former Chair of Epidemiology, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, USA

Dr. Andrius Kavaliunas,

epidemiologist and assistant professor at Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Dr. Angus Dalgleish,

oncologist, infectious disease expert and professor, St. George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, England


Dr. Anthony J Brookes,

professor of genetics, University of Leicester, England

Dr. Annie Janvier,

professor of pediatrics and clinical ethics, Université de Montréal and Sainte-Justine University Medical Centre, Canada

Dr. Ariel Munitz,

professor of clinical microbiology and immunology, Tel Aviv University, Israel


Dr. Boris Kotchoubey,

Institute for Medical Psychology, University of Tübingen, Germany

Dr. Cody Meissner,

professor of pediatrics, expert on vaccine development, efficacy, and safety. Tufts University School of Medicine, USA

Dr. David Katz,

physician and president, True Health Initiative, and founder of the Yale University Prevention Research Center, USA


Dr. David Livermore,

microbiologist, infectious disease epidemiologist and professor, University of East Anglia, England

Dr. Eitan Friedman,

professor of medicine, Tel-Aviv University, Israel

Dr. Ellen Townsend,

professor of psychology, head of the Self-Harm Research Group, University of Nottingham, England


Dr. Eyal Shahar,

physician, epidemiologist and professor (emeritus) of public health, University of Arizona, USA

Dr. Florian Limbourg,

physician and hypertension researcher, professor at Hannover Medical School, Germany

Dr. Gabriela Gomes,

mathematician studying infectious disease epidemiology, professor, University of Strathclyde, Scotland


Dr. Gerhard Krönke,

physician and professor of translational immunology, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

Dr. Gesine Weckmann,

professor of health education and prevention, Europäische Fachhochschule, Rostock, Germany

Dr. Günter Kampf,

associate professor, Institute for Hygiene and Environmental Medicine, Greifswald University, Germany


Dr. Helen Colhoun,

professor of medical informatics and epidemiology, and public health physician, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Dr. Jonas Ludvigsson,

pediatrician, epidemiologist and professor at Karolinska Institute and senior physician at Örebro University Hospital, Sweden

Dr. Karol Sikora,

physician, oncologist, and professor of medicine at the University of Buckingham, England


Dr. Laura Lazzeroni,

professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and of biomedical data science, Stanford University Medical School, USA

Dr. Lisa White,

professor of modelling and epidemiology, Oxford University, England

Dr. Mario Recker,

malaria researcher and associate professor, University of Exeter, England


Dr. Matthew Ratcliffe,

professor of philosophy, specializing in philosophy of mental health, University of York, England

Dr. Matthew Strauss,

critical care physician and assistant professor of medicine, Queen’s University, Canada

Dr. Michael Jackson,

research fellow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Canterbury, New Zealand


Dr. Michael Levitt,

biophysicist and professor of structural biology, Stanford University, USA. Recipient of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Dr. Mike Hulme,

professor of human geography, University of Cambridge, England

Dr. Motti Gerlic,

professor of clinical microbiology and immunology, Tel Aviv University, Israel


Dr. Partha P. Majumder,

professor and founder of the National Institute of Biomedical Genomics, Kalyani, India

Dr. Paul McKeigue,

physician, disease modeler and professor of epidemiology and public health, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Dr. Rajiv Bhatia,

physician, epidemiologist and public policy expert at the Veterans Administration, USA


Dr. Rodney Sturdivant,

infectious disease scientist and associate professor of biostatistics, Baylor University, USA

Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee,

professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, USA

Dr. Simon Thornley,

epidemiologist and biostatistician, University of Auckland, New Zealand


Dr. Simon Wood,

biostatistician and professor, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Dr. Stephen Bremner,

professor of medical statistics, University of Sussex, England

Dr. Sylvia Fogel,

autism provider and psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and instructor at Harvard Medical School, USA


Tom Nicholson,

Associate in Research, Duke Center for International Development, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, USA

Dr. Udi Qimron,

professor of clinical microbiology and immunology, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Dr. Ulrike Kämmerer,

professor and expert in virology, immunology and cell biology, University of Würzburg, Germany


Dr. Uri Gavish,

biomedical consultant, Israel

Dr. Yaz Gulnur Muradoglu,

professor of finance, director of the Behavioural Finance Working Group, Queen Mary University of London, England


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Slovenci smo zbrali skromnih 1712 podpisov, če tudi vi mislite, da zmoremo več, kliknite na spodnjo povezavo in podpišite deklaracijo.


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