Yeah that's the one positive :) Hopefully omicron will in effect serve as a globe spanning vaccine judging by how it spreads.
One can hope :)
Ideally, you would look at the scientific literature and look at what the most recent peer reviewed papers are saying.
Also videos/etc(such as on YT) done by those with some knowledge in the field, or that link to competent source material(like said literature and etc)
should catch most of the bad papers that are written, as like in other disciplines, there's good science and there's garbage science.)
(underlining mine) There's one problem with peer review: sometimes it can become a 'popularity contest' where good ideas are cast aside/discredited & bad ideas are promoted based on dumb things like who wrote the paper and how liked they are by others in their field/profession.....so imo one should always be careful and use common sense/scrutiny even with such sources
Edit: Why the low rating? (If there's disinformation in this post, you should reply with a correction rather than just pressing the minus button.)
It's probably because the ones doing it across the forum dislike certain topics being discussed here....one of which is talk about the coof(co-vid).