This Doctor’s Take On The Coronavirus Will Blow Your Mind

Written by Doug Giles on March 12, 2020

Before you follow all the lemmings off of that ledge of panic, you should hear what the good doctor has to say about the underlying medical facts.

For one thing, did you know that this isn’t the first time we’ve dealt with Coronavirus? It’s just the first time we’ve dealt with this particular strain of it.

Others have come and gone, and the world kept turning.

What is the doctor’s take on the panic, on our different medical responses? On how much money we should be throwing at this problem?

What about wearing masks, stocking up on toilet paper?

While we’re at it, he even talks about the effectiveness of the flu vaccine, and Tamilflu and what can be done to boost your immune system more generally.

It’s packed full of juicy goodness. Enjoy!

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