VIDEO: Coronavirus 6.3 – Part 3 of 4: What we need, why we can’t have it, what we must do, and dangers | Dr. Rich Roberts


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There are 5 Comments to "VIDEO: Coronavirus 6.3 – Part 3 of 4: What we need, why we can’t have it, what we must do, and dangers | Dr. Rich Roberts"

  • jaxonite says:

    Thank you Dr Roberts for your common sense advice and for the cliff hanger 🙂

    Dr Roberts was the only one to take action and closed his Shul’s Purim Mesiba. With hindsight he was 100 % and probably saved lives in the process.

    He should obviously be taken seriously now that he warns of a 95% chance of a second outbreak in the coming weeks because people don’t wear masks and are stopping to social distance.

  • Richard H. Roberts, M.D., Ph.D. says:

    Dear jaxonite,

    Thank you for your supportive comments. I apologize for the cliff hanger. Some people on YouTube said that my videos were too long so I split my newest YouTube video into four parts and posted all four of them on my YouTube channel over a two hour period (separated by upload times). TLS will publish the last video within a couple of days.
    Best regards,
    Rich Roberts

    • Efraim says:

      Hi Dr. Roberts,
      I’m not a doctor, but I have a theory, please let me know what you think. It looks like even though people are still contacting the virus, it is a much lighter strain and not deathly. Pesach time there were people dying left and right unfortunately and is was really dangerous outside. Since then we haven’t heard or saw deaths like that, the people that died were people who got the virus a few months ago and were hospitlized since. You may say people were social distancing, but not everyone was, and people were going out to the store and certain groups were going to shul anyways (big chillul Hashem!) the death numbers didn’t gradually go down, they basically went from alot to almost zero. It sounds like the virus is much lighter and not so dangerous as it was beofre Pesach. What do you think?

  • MB says:

    Dr. Roberts,
    Can you please publish notes/transcript of your views? Some of us have no video access, and even if do, can read in 4 minutes what takes an hour to say on video.
    Looking forward. Thank you

  • SN says:

    So good to have someone so knowledgeable give us information without any political or personal interest. A breath of fresh air.