“The numbers are almost meaningless,” says Steve Goodman, a professor of epidemiology at Stanford University. There’s a huge reservoir of people who have mild cases, and would not likely seek testing, he says. The rate of increase in positive results reflect a mixed-up combination of increased testing rates and spread of the virus.
The original video has been censored by YouTube. A backup video can be found by scrolling down or visiting our archived video.
Note: The original video has been censored from YouTube. You may find an archive on Bitchute:
- 00:36-Professor Wittkowski explains his recommendations for how to best deal with COVID-19
- 01:36-Is self-isolation prolonging the duration of COVID-19?
- 02:33-Are policies of self-isolation or shelter-in-place a good idea?
- 03:46-The pandemic is over
- 04:27-Did China lie about its COVID-19 statistics?
- 05:03-The truth behind the statistics given by the government of the United States
- 07:52-Are we even reporting flu deaths anymore?
- 08:16-Why are hospitals being overwhelmed?
- 09:16-Shortage of medial supplies
- 10:19-Has social distancing prevented deaths from COVID-19?
- 11:55-Staying indoors can make the virus worse
- 16:02-Why social distancing won’t work for an airborne contagion
- 17:41-Do we need a vaccine for COVID-19?
- 18:31-Humans can grow immune to this virus
- 18:55-The data doesn’t say that COVID-19 is more contagious than the flu
- 22:43-Changes in reporting COVID-19 cases
- 25:33-What makes COVID-19 different than the Swine Flu
- 27:05-What are the possible health risks of sheltering in place?
- 27:43-The “Second Wave” of COVID-19
- 30:10-The truth about FlattentheCurve hashtag 31:10-What should we do about sheltering in place?
- 32:24-Why we need to achieve natural herd immunity
- 34:17-Should we be testing everyone for COVID-19?
- 35:35-The real effects of COVID-19
- 38:53-The percentage of people who won’t have any symptoms
- 39:34-What should we do about COVID-19 at this point?
- 40:40-Is this really a pandemic?
- 40:50-What you should know