He mentioned that over 400 health care workers have died from treating Covid patients. Also, he said it will take a long time before herd immunity would limit the spread, and that that will not help individuals.
"We must curb the high risk trade and consumption of wildlife, halt deforestation and land conversion, as well as manage food production sustainably."
"If we do not do things differently, we are finished," she said. "We can't go on very much longer like this."-Jane Goodall
Michael Osterholm, leader of MN public health and of CDC, explains the details of what we face.
Insurance cos. are increasing the fees to patients, decreasing the payment to doctors, and kicking out doctors from being in-network.
So we could have lots of friendly dogs that could smell a person's pee sample and instantly know if they had the virus. No shortage of testing once alot of dogs are trained! No profiteering!
stop cleaning up the toxic emissions into the Mississippi River and into the air; and clean up the lead in neighboring homes.
enforcement and inspections down 70%.
more fracking permits and more pollution of neighboring communities
fracking flowback air pollution in Broomfield, CO, continues next to senior community where Covid-19 harms the ability to breath.
interview with Antonia Juhasz on KGNU on 5-5-28 or 5- 27 or 26 on Suncor refinery in Denver polluting Sandy Creek and accused of causing nosebleeds and cancer in the neighboring lower income community.