This global crisis we’re facing is frightening, and it’s something we’ve never seen before. Our healthcare system is completely overwhelmed. This is a war and it’s getting worse. With all the news reports and the remarks of our president, a lot of people are probably furious and scared.
However, it is important to understand what’s really happening to our country, to our people.
In this special episode, I’m going to give you a report on the frontlines of the coronavirus outbreak in New York. I’ll talk about why it may not spread to your area, why our healthcare system is close to breaking point, and what you can do to stay safe.
If you want to stay updated and know what’s happening in the coronavirus fight, then tune in to this episode now!
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What’s Discussed In This Episode:
- What happens to people who get COVID-19? [04:57]
- The pathophysiology of the virus [06:15]
- Drugs being used to treat the virus [13:39]
- How we can stop the spread [15:13]
- Building our community in this time of isolation [16:38]
- Why social gatherings may not happen for a while [18:31]
Disclaimer: In the midst of this global epidemic, I want to offer listeners whatever I can provide to keep people informed and up-to-date. This is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider.
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