Masks, Testing, Lockdowns and Vaccines. How do we open up America on The Call Room with Dr. Robert BerryToday we’re talking about the spread of the covid-19 virus, vaccines, testing and lockdowns. Can we as a nation re-open and resume normalcy that we once knew?

With new leadership in the United States, and a year since covid has started, we are locked down more than we ever were. Dismissed recommendations are now being reconsidered, no standards on the amount of cycles of threshold in the testing process; reactions to vaccines and testing are becoming a big business.

Thank you for joining me on today’s episode of The Call Room. 

“Treating early is the most important thing, even if somebody is negative, they should get treatment, and the treatment has been very politicized, which is really concerning for me as a physician.” – Dr. Robert Berry

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“As doctors, we are supposed to question.” – Dr. Robert Berry

Show Notes:

  • The common sense recommendations in Sweden
  • Why lockdowns don’t decrease the spread of the virus (Great Barrington Declaration – Jay Bhattacharya)
  • Why we should stop testing asymptomatic individuals
  • Why the WHO recommends testing twice, if the initial test turns out to be positive
  • 0 deaths from covid in the state of California, under 18 years of age
  • Children should not get vaccinated, since they are less infectious than adults
  • The stricter the mask requirements, the numbers get worse

“As a physician, there needs to be evidence to support what we’re doing.” – Dr. Robert Berry

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