Saturday November 28, 2020

CityJet boss claims worst of pandemic is over

Chief executive Pat Byrne has dismissed warnings of a deadly second wave as ‘scaremongering’ based on ‘bad science’

27th September, 2020
Pat Byrne, chief executive of CityJet: ‘who the hell are Nphet’, he says Picture: Fergal Phillips

Pat Byrne, the CityJet chief executive, has claimed Europe could be facing a “casedemic” rather than a second wave of Covid-19.

Casedemic is a term used by people who broadly believe that the pandemic has passed, and that while the number of positive cases is now rising again, this is unlikely result in a high mortality rate as was recorded in Europe in March and April.

This is not a commonly held theory,...

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