SAGE models were too scary and held too much weight… says lockdown architect behind them!


Professor John Edmunds (pictured), a SAGE modeller, said scientists' projections of Covid infections, hospitalisations and deaths was only 'one component' of decision-making but were leaned on too much by ministers

Professor John Edmunds (pictured), a SAGE modeller, said scientists’ projections of Covid infections, hospitalisations and deaths was only ‘one component’ of decision-making but were leaned on too much by ministers

Britain relied too much on ‘very scary’ SAGE models to decide on lockdowns, according to the man behind some of those very projections.

Just months after SAGE predicted 6,000 deaths per day and called for a Christmas lockdown in response to Omicron, Professor John Edmunds…



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