About a month ago, Dr. Anthony Fauci said that the United States is “out of the pandemic phase,” but he later clarified that the country is, “out of the full-blown explosive pandemic phase.” Americans are decreasingly concerned about the distinction, as only 9% believe Covid-19 still represents “a serious crisis.” What’s the official status of the Covid-19 pandemic now?
Meanwhile, several listeners wrote into the show with concerns about a recent outbreak of monkeypox, with 10 cases now confirmed in the United States and hundreds in Europe. The W.H.O. warns it could be just “the peak of the iceberg.” Is a new pandemic coming?
Jeremy Corr and Dr. Robert Pearl examine these questions and many others in this episode of Coronavirus: The Truth. You’ll find all the [time stamped] topics discussed during this show here:
[00:49] Each show begins with the most recent and relevant facts concerning the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on American life. What’s happening and what does it mean?
[04:45] Worldwide Covid-19 deaths have surpassed 15 million. Why?
[06:36] Looking at China: What went wrong?
[08:37] What is the U.S. doing about the global toll of Covid-19?
[09:55] Is the Covid-19 pandemic over yet or not?
[15:11] What should parents know about Covid-19 now?
[17:46] Does Paxlovid (the new oral medication) eradicate the Covid-19 disease?
[20:22] Will unvaccinated people take Covid-19 medications once infected?
[21:34] Based on new research, how many Americans would have lived if all were vaccinated?
[23:38] Is it safer to host a small indoor event or a large outdoor one?
[25:49] Listener question: Is monkey pox like COVID? Should I be worried?
[28:16] For immunity, is Covid-19 infection ever better than vaccination?
[32:37] What’s the big non-Covid story in healthcare this month?
[34:25] Will the government try to drive lower prices and greater healthcare access?
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