Covid19 isolation paper proof

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Dear Prime Minister's Office,

To date no one can provide a link -even in FOIS of the proof of Covid19 and all its alleged variants scientific isolation tests and where we can access this proof. The UK public are entitled to have access to the proof so please just provide the proof and link so that the UK public may access this proof as this is essential for compliance with medical practice by your government . Why can no one provide it?
Yours faithfully,

ANNA Frances

Cabinet Office Correspondence,

Dear Anna Frances,

Thank you for contacting the Cabinet Office.

The Government is not informed by individual academics or scientists but
rather by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), which is
responsible for ensuring that timely, coordinated scientific advice is
available to support decision making at Cabinet Office Briefing Room
(COBR) meetings.

SAGE is chaired by the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Sir
Patrick Vallance, and co-chaired by the Chief Medical Officer, Professor
Chris Whitty. The group does not have a standing membership but receives
input from experts from within government and leading specialists from the
fields of healthcare and academia, relevant to a given emergency. During
the current crisis SAGE has been informed by its sub-groups, including the
Science Pandemic Influenza Modelling Group (SPI-M), which is made up of
many further individual modelling groups, working with independent experts
and models. These groups bring their work to SPI-M, where participants
compare different outputs. SPI-M then collectively agrees a consensus view
on issues put forward by SAGE for consideration.

Scientific advice with respect to social distancing was similarly not
based on any individual model but instead on a consensus view of SAGE as
informed by SPI-M and the other sub- committees. In recognition of the
importance of transparency in these unprecedented times, SAGE has been
publishing the statements and the accompanying evidence it has reviewed to
demonstrate how the scientific understanding of COVID-19 has continued to
evolve as new data emerges, and how SAGE's advice has quickly adapted to
new findings that reflect a changing situation.

SAGE provides science advice to the Government, but this is just one part
of the picture. The Government makes decisions based on the best
scientific evidence, in addition to consideration of the economic,
operational, social and policy implications of any policies or
interventions that might be introduced.

The minutes of SAGE meetings are now published on GOV.UK, at the link
below under the heading of 'Transparency and freedom of information


For further information I would encourage you to contact the Department of
Health and Social Care (DHSC) at [2]Contact Form: General enquiries who
will be able to assist you further.

I hope you find this information helpful.

Yours sincerely,


Public Correspondence Team

Cabinet Office


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