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Millions of Americans are confused as to where the lies end and the truth begins when it comes to accurate life-saving information on COVID-19. Social distancing protocols; does a face mask really help the cause or is it a political tool; which medication is most effective in fighting the virus? About everything is controversial – like schools reopening in the fall and what is best for the kids; what are the risk factors? The economic hit and the impact it is having on businesses is widespread leaving many to close their doors permanently. The one takeaway from all of this is – every aspect of COVID-19 is political.
So what do you do if you or your loved one gets covid and you start to get sick? Finding the best treatment plan when one gets ill from the virus is certainly the most critical real time information you’ll need. Many are waiting and hoping for the miracle cure – whether it’s a vaccine for some, a drug like Remdesivir, or Hydroxychloroquine, also known as HCQ – having the correct information is a matter of life and death in some cases.
Joining Malcolm on The Voice of a Nation with the latest is Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI), Chair of Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, and Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D. an independent physician specializing in Preventive and Climacteric Medicine.
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