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Dr. Dylan Burdette, PhD., is an experienced and respected virologist working with researchers on the COVID19 virus to understand its behaviors and mutations. As the global pandemic continues to affect every corner of the globe, researchers like Dr. Burdette are working together to share data and analysis to determine the virus’ pattern of behavior across populations and identify an effective cure.
As Americans brace for what will be a long and trying time through the COVID19 crisis, our efforts overseas cannot be ignored. Our foreign policy and geopolitical decisions have consequences for others who are facing the same dire threat with additional hardships brought about by US interventionism and proxy wars. One such population are the Syrian refugees living in Jordan.
There is plenty of blame to go around on why the Affordable Care Act isn’t working for working families. The plan started with the same for-profit model that Democrats built upon. Then Republicans proposed 98 different amendments that made it even worse and have been chipping away at consumer protections ever since. There is a better, cheaper alternative through expanding Medicare to every citizen then making small changes to make it the best path forward.
In this follow-up interview, Don E. Ford speaks with Dr. Burdette, PhD about the mutations of COVID19 and the myths prevalent through social media.
Dr Burdette highlights a moment in time comparing Ohio and Michigan’s confirmed cases. Both states were in parity until Ohio postponed their primary election and Michigan continued with theirs on March 17. How can this be if the virus requires an extended incubation period?