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New data from the Annenberg Public Policy Center found that 4 in 10 Americans have returned to their normal, pre-pandemic lives. Over half of respondents say they rarely or never wear masks indoors while in public. This, despite 54% of Americans indicating they personally know someone who has died from Covid-19. A third say they know someone with “Long Covid.”
How will these perceptions – alongside the continued loosening of public safety restrictions – affect the future health of Americans? In this episode of Coronavirus: The Truth, Jeremy Corr and Dr. Robert Pearl examine both the science and public opinion of Covid-19. You’ll find this topic, and all the [time stamped] topics discussed during this show, here:
[00:50] 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?
[03:38] Listener question: “Is there is any explanation besides bad luck for both Dr. Fauci and President Biden getting ‘rebound COVID’ after taking Paxlovid?”
[05:31] Covid-19 is now an endemic virus: What does that mean and what happens now?
[08:21] What’s new with the monkey pox outbreak?
[12:55] What are the current treatments options for monkey pox?
[17:55] Is monkey pox a major concern for most Americans?
[18:59] How might we “break” of some of healthcare’s most illogical rules?
[24:45] Are Americans putting Covid-19 in the rearview?
[25:59] What’s up with CDC? Is the agency changing course?
[28:42] Kids and Covid-19: any news?
[30:38] What do we know about the Inflation Reduction Act’s impact on healthcare?
[33:09] And what about Amazon’s acquisition of One Medical?
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*To ensure the credibility of this program, Coronavirus: The Truth refuses to accept sponsorship, outside funding sources or guests with any financial or personal conflicts of interest.