Health experts are quitting the NIH and CDC in droves because they are embarrassed by ‘bad science’: According to recent reports, both the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are experiencing staffing shortages.
Many people began to doubt the leadership of the organization when it made decisions such as closing schools and then asking students to wear face masks once the schools reopened.
Some of the leading medical organizations in the United States have recently expressed confusion regarding the licensure of COVID-19 vaccines for children younger than four years old.
The ‘Common Sense’ Substack by Bari Weiss says that data from clinical trials for jabs in children under the age of five conducted by both Pfizer and Moderna show little effectiveness.
According to recent reports, two of the most prestigious health agencies in the United States are losing workers at an alarming rate because of poor decision-making, which employees have referred to as “bad science.” This has resulted in low morale.
According to Dr. Marty Makary, a leading public-health expert at Johns Hopkins University, both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are suffering from staff shortages. This information was published on Common Sense, the Substack that is run by a former columnist for the New York Times named Bari Weiss.
Major choices made by the agencies, which included supporting the use of masks in schools, closing schools during the pandemic, and authorizing the use of COVID-19 vaccines for children aged four and younger, all had a negative impact on morale.
Throughout the course of the pandemic, both of these organizations, as well as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has been involved in controversy due to their incoherent messaging and decision-making that did not appear to be in line with the scientific information that was readily available.