Not only has the coronavirus pandemic claimed lives around the globe and thrown our daily existence into disarray, but it has also called into question the reliability of scientific and medical advice.
One moment wearing masks was futile, the next it’s obligatory. Ventilators were life-savers, but then they posed a risk in themselves. Who to believe amidst all the conflicting claims?
As Europe gradually emerges from the COVID-19 lockdown, Cambre CEO Victoria Main talks to five leading health and science journalists – from Italy, Spain, and the UK – about the challenges of getting it right.
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- Adriana Bazzi, Corriere della Sera
- Emilio de Benito, El Pais
- Deborah Cohen, BBC (TBC)
- Clive Cookson, FT
- Kate Kelland, Reuters