Stances on topics that this site holds
Airborne vs Fomites/droplets
This site is in favor of “Covid-19 is predominantly an airborne disease”. As part of that, we’re against “fomites and/or large droplets are the primary transmission mechanism for the Covid-19 disease” as well as “you are safe if more than two meters / six feet away from an infected person”. Towards that, this site is going to treat “airborne”, “aerosol” and “droplet nuclei” as the same things and be as happy to link to aerosol scientists outside medicine, as similar experts inside medicine. This site laments that a number of scientists and policymakers claim “it is not airborne” (and similar nuanced statements; either at the outset, or still today).
Changed position: outside
With Delta variant, it is likely you are not as safe as you were OUTSIDE in the presence of an infected person. It is possible you were safe with the original strain, but you are not now. At least, statistically things appear to be worse now, but it is possible outside was never as safe as initially thought.
This site is pro vaccines for SARS-CoV-2. Any vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 if you don’t have access to one of the newer bivariant ones.
This site is pro masks to defeat the pandemic - even with vaccination. Also, pro #betterMasks like N95, FFP2, FFP3, KN95, KF94 and elastomeric respirators. If supplies are gone for those in an outbreak, you can use multi-layer spunbond polypropylene to get filtration effective masks above 80%.
Ventilation and indoor air quality
This site is pro ventilation improvements to indoor settings - particularly schools. Best for all indoor spaces is HVAC with a fresh air component (filtered), and lesser recirculating units as long as there is MERV hepa filtration that’s replaced on some regular frequency. In lieu of that, Corsi-Rosenthal boxes with big fans or an array of smaller PC fans.
This site is against a bunch of other conspiracy theories: Ref https://www.google.com/search?q=covid+19+conspiracy+theories