Nurse Vanessa Arroyo receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Tampa General Hospital in Florida on December 14. Photo: TNS Nurse Vanessa Arroyo receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Tampa General Hospital in Florida on December 14. Photo: TNS
Nurse Vanessa Arroyo receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Tampa General Hospital in Florida on December 14. Photo: TNS
Martin Williams
Opinion

Opinion

Martin Williams

Coronavirus death toll and lingering effects show wisdom in science’s early warnings

  • As Covid-19 continues its rampage around the world, it seems wise to abandon meddling with viruses, and perhaps too late to heed other scientists’ warnings that doing so poses extraordinary risks to the public

Nurse Vanessa Arroyo receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Tampa General Hospital in Florida on December 14. Photo: TNS Nurse Vanessa Arroyo receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Tampa General Hospital in Florida on December 14. Photo: TNS
Nurse Vanessa Arroyo receives a Covid-19 vaccine at Tampa General Hospital in Florida on December 14. Photo: TNS
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Martin Williams

Martin Williams

Martin Williams is a Hong Kong-based writer specialising in conservation and the environment, with a PhD in physical chemistry from Cambridge University.