Corona Virus - Unwarranted Panic and Pandemonium

This is a letter that I sent to the PM and other leaders.

Date       : Monday, 06 April 2020

 From      : Mathew Thomas

+91 9449020401

To: The PM and All Political Leaders, Scientists and Government Officials of India


I am a retired soldier, scientist and engineer. I am writing this letter to share some suggestions which would help combating the pandemic of Coronavirus and get our economy going again. These suggestions are from two Indians, both in the United States, both highly respected in their respective fields and successful.

 The first is Dr. Shiv Ayyadurai and the second is Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. Dr. Ayyadurai has a PhD in Bio Engineering and four other degrees from MIT. He is a successful entrepreneur and the inventor of Email for which, he holds the copyright. Dr. Jay Bhattacharya is an MD and PhD, both from Stanford University and is currently Director, Center on the Demography and Economics of Health and Aging, Stanford University (2011 - Present), apart from other positions.

 Dr. Ayyadurai has suggested that instead of lockdowns, governments should direct all effort towards rapid improvement in immune health. He has given a detailed protocol 3- step process for this, in a letter to the President of USA. Dr. Ayyadurai’s letter to President, USA. (Please right-click on the link, copy and paste it on your browser toolbar to access the letter.) 

 I earnestly request the government and all concerned leaders and citizens to study his process for combating Coronavirus and implement it. To implement the process in India, government would have to use, public authorities, like Registrar of Census, Revenue officials who issue ration cards, and invite corporate public and private and NGO sector participation. Dr. Jay Bhattacharya has questioned populations tested and suggested antibody tests to know the total number of people infected. According to him, PCR tests will only reveal number of people having the infection when tested. 

The link to a video interview where he gave this advice is here. (Double click on the link, a dialogue box will open. Copy the URL of the link and paste it to your browser toolbar to access the video)

Try below link, if this does not work.

 Yours truly,

Mathew Thomas