The AIER produces a quite arresting analysis of the events of 2020, taking an encompassing view of the various subjects (I'm not sure that they all strictly qualify as "sciences").
Quite rightly they take the proponents of lock-downs and other regressive measures to task:
"Yes, of course we must follow science, but we must do so in every field, not only in epidemiology but also in politics, economics, and philosophy"
"To be scientific in every field means to incorporate both theory and practice, to assess all real and relevant factors, not just a select few of them; it means cultivating a perspective that is likewise impartial (not biased), comprehensive (not narrow) view, and proportional (not imbalanced)"
A worthy review of how the science has...