1. This is a thread compiling the most interesting threads of the 2020 pandemic. If you've seen a thread or even a single epic tweet that you think belongs, share it and I'll consider adding it.
2. The #LancetGate may get a few mentions along the way.

How did anyone who handle the Surgisphere study prior to publication think it would look real?
3. Here is James Todaro tweeting about chloroquine, clearly after numerous conversations about it, a week prior to Trump's first mention.
5. @gummibear737 will have a few mentions. Here is gummi's thread on Neil "Who-do-politicians-call-to-order-a-doomsday-prediction" Ferguson:
6. Here @boriquagato lays out a nice thread summarizing the leadership of @SunetraGupta and covering many important topics along the way.
7. I'll go ahead and drop my current pinned thread on Simpson's paradoxes in research so I can pin this metathread instead.
8. Not a thread, but one of the most epic tweets due to the amazing projects @CovidAnalysis put together.
9. There is little doubt that @Ayjchan's thread on the hypothesis that SARS-CoV-2 was lab-manufactured deserves high attention in such a list.
10. This tweet by make-believe Harvard virus expert @DrEricDing reveals a disturbing likely coordination of social media efforts to ingrain a sense of failure in the HCQ debate. (Look at the times of the tweets. This...appears prepared.)
11. Nice thread on the missing influenza season. Smart people are still debating the implications.
12. Great thread by @Kevin_McKernan on the complexities associated with PCR testing and how misunderstanding can be "weaponized to lock down society".
13. An important thread by @gummibear737 on the sad problems of suicide and mental health due to lockdowns.
16. Dr. Urso takes on the stupidity of officials discouraging early treatment of COVID-19.
17. @HairAvril sums up the strange tale of how former political candidate @DrEricDing managed to become the #2 ranked contender for the Intercontinental Virus Wrestling Championship belt, or something like that.
18. I'll just leave this here for comic relief.
19. Another @gummibear737 classic: A reasonable comparison to the 1957 Asian Flu pandemic.
20. What will be the ultimate death toll down the road? @letsthinkdeeply has an eye on the fallout.
21. A little comic relief during these times...
22. While we're on the subject of comic relief...
24. This is not a thread, but you need to see it now. This is the aggregation of published HCQ early treatment research. Might the right cocktail and schedule save 99% of patients?
25. What is the proportion of false positives (hint: it's not the rate of false positives) and how will that be used to manipulate public police?

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