Maine molecular biologist’s letter raises questions regarding Maine CDC vaccine data
On March 15, Carolyne Falank, a Ph.D molecular biologist, sent a letter to Dr. Nirav Shah, Director of Maine CDC, regarding a seemingly anomalous finding in state data regarding real-world […]Read More →
Realities of Omicron should have prompted changes to pandemic response weeks ago
The latest Yarmouth COVID Wastewater Testing report issued on January 18 shows that prevalence of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, likely peaked in the town during the first week […]Read More →
The Mills administration’s reliance on (political) science
Reports across Maine over the last month have detailed the several healthcare facilities forced to curtail services because of staffing shortages. While this rationing of care is due in part […]Read More →
What happened to natural immunity?
On September 9th, President Joe Biden ordered the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a federal agency tasked with regulating workplace safety, to promulgate an emergency rule mandating all employees […]Read More →
New studies on COVID-19 testing underscore need for greater transparency in Maine
Maine Policy Institute has previously noted the potential pitfalls of relying on a single health authority, especially one subject to political consequences, for diagnosing disease among the people. We have […]Read More →
Covid Catastrophe Part III: What Emergency?
Covid Catastrophe is a seven part series examining the history of the COVID-19 pandemic, its impact on Maine and what data policymakers used to lock down society and centrally-plan our […]Read More →