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In this episode of Coronavirus: The Truth, Jeremy Corr and Dr. Robert Pearl dive deep into the ever-thickening plotline around booster shots.
Drug companies like Pfizer are pushing for them. Government agencies like the CDC and FDA are pushing back. Some critics say drug companies are acting out of greed and not in the interest of the public. Others are turning to the data for answers, noting that new variants and uncertainty around antibodies should drive the discussion.
Tune in for more on this debate and answers to the following questions:
[01:02] 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?
[05:20] How dangerous is the Delta variant for vaccinated and unvaccinated people?
[16:29] Dr. Pearl asks listeners: If you’re still vaccine-hesitant, what’s standing in your way? Contact the hosts here (your privacy is guaranteed)
[18:18] Why would the FDA approve the controversial Alzheimer’s drug but not a Covid-19 vaccine booster that’s proven to be effective?
[21:50] Why are so many healthcare workers still unvaccinated and what’s being done?
[29:43] A listener asks: “I had Covid-19 and recovered fully. Do I need the vaccine?”
[32:03] What do scientists know about vaccine side effects, such as neurologic disorders, nerve problems and blood clotting?
[34:22] With Covid-19 infections rising again, how are team sports being affected?
[37:08] With schools opening next month, what are public health officials recommending?
[38:22] What’s good this week?
[39:31] What’s the big non-Covid healthcare story?
[41:14] What reasons have people given co-host Jeremy Corr for not being vaccinated?
[45:40] Is it safe to travel by plane with unvaccinated children?
[46:29] What do we know about Covid-19’s impact on U.S. life expectancy?
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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.