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Paul Deland July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

No fancy high tech presentations. Just a good educated brain with a high I.Q. & a few pieces of paper & a pen. What does Elon have to say about this outrage against the demented high tech wizards running this diabolical scam on humanity? He is probably mocking & scornful as there is no money to be made with good old fashioned logical common sense backed by sensible humanity & compassion.

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Andrew Beyer July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Should we be wiping down groceries? Seems like everyone did that in the beginning but not now. Thank you.

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Phillip mahon July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Yes

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Ron Valentini July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

STOP GIVING THEM IDEAS ABOUT 2 FLU'S AT THE SAME TIME ,,,,DULLARD

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Jibbie49 July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

https://www.latimes.com/science/story/2020-07-10/injection-prevent-coronavirus-feds-manufacturers-fail-to-act
A plasma shot could prevent coronavirus. But feds and makers won’t act, scientists say  (Los Angeles Times)

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ResidualSelfImage July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

IIRC – the Universal Blood Type "O" was correlated by a Chinese Study to be more resistant to Covid19 virus.

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stranieb July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

how much is too expensive for vitamin D?

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Natasha July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

The united states have made such a mockery/political argument out of this many don't take it seriously. That's my view . Thank you for your well documented very scientific non political review.

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Darren Carver July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Welcome from California !

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Tyler Edwards-Swoyer July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Why is everyone asking if COVID-19 can be transmitted via flatulence? Do you go around farting on each other?

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joyce Lemonier July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Thank you from Alabama a 75 year old black woman.

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Last Light July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Thank you

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Louis Browne July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Regarding, people with darker skin being more vulnerable. Vit-D is a great natural deduction. But it's not the only one conclusion based on the same data, please consider the lack of UV's penetration within the skin and pathogens able to survive within the pores. As you yourself eluded to pathogens weakening the body.
This isn't a frivolous deduction I just came up with, but based years of observations, reading and testing.
This conclusion explains more. For example the ratio of people with unexplained skin disorders; why Light treatments are so popular in dermatology…I could fill pages.
I know you must account for this being one non-medical professions view… but in short, you'll find administering Vit D' has little noticeable effect, especially when compared to someone who actively sweats or takes a sauna with a caloric reduction. It also gives reason to why people with high blood sugar levels are more at risk… they themselves become a food source for pathogens.
If your able to check this out through an honest private dermatologist who doesn't think blocked pores full of dung is "normal" you'll find a consistency.
I say this because my experience with top NHS dermatologists over the years is nothing short of negligence and that's being kind. Stories for another time…

Pathogens explained my observations, tests and improvement in health and the people I've helped who medical professionals didn't. Vit-D didn't noticeably help me even when my level were low. You'll find a sauna does noticeable help especially if they are active in it, boosting their IgA levels.

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yourtv July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

ALERT! New type of pneumonia is reportedly spreading in Kazakhstan as of July 11 2020! Could it become next pandemic?

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Arabella Cox July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

I like listening to your voice when I'm doing the dishes! It's very homely.

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Randy Arena July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

What is the deaths per day link for Eu CDC? Thanks. Loved this one. It makes folks less afraid I commend you for that. Another Conspiracy Theory is that viruses are alive. They are not. Bacteria are the smallest of all life forms. Viruses become inactivated or paralyzed with Chlorine etc etc etc but are not killed. It has to be alive first. A virus does not give off metabolites, nor repirates, nor "lives". Therefore they can exist for long periods of time such as King Tut's Tomb, they all got sick. Could have been a virus. Also a few years back in California I observed some Black Tailed Deer with large bumbs or Buboes of their neck. So the Black Death is still up and running, maybe it is a virus I guess we would have to separate the bacteria from the viruses to see if indeed they do not produce metabolites. End of Conspiracy Theories. I hope you are well, your oximeter reading looked good way to go. Take care, thank you for your valuable time! Very well received! Immune system is not infinite. It is of course limited. We are just over the first wave in USA. Next peak: mid August. If we stay home for 6 to 8 months we can get over this. Otherwise it will be years before we can go back to our "normal" lives. Thanks again Doctor for your valuable time. I admire you!

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S Anderson July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

A person would have to be naïve to think a mask would STOP transmission. It merely reduces risk. Even the combined strategy of washing hands, using hand gel and not touching your eyes/nose is all about managing risk!

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Black Thorn July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

The Covid-19 is so politicised, I bet they will take it seriously if they thought it was an attack by some terrorist organization.

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紅葉亀 July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Hmm 🤔 I doubt more about you, when you talk about YES a vaccins…🧐

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DJ Trevi July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

I started this pandemic in Spain watching all the news from China in January. 7 months later and now I'm in California and this pandemic is well and alive. How cheery!

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Noreen Whiting July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Thank you doctor John, your my evening stable while I'm cocooning with my eldery father in Ireland, but running my training programs remotely with my students in South Africa. I'm absolutely itching to get back.. Cabin fever.. But also trying to advise my students on the ground.. We all so appreciate you

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007nadineL July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

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Patrick Wong July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Can an infected person spread their virus through touch? BTW, I think yours is the most informative streaming channel around. Thank you.

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Lowrey Contractors July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Anyone that uses “I believe “. and hasn’t given evidence of proof. Is basically passing on “opinion”. This mans obsession with masks for the general public, proves he is a nice loyal puppet that just repeats scripts . He doesn’t question anything he is told

He does in depth analysis, of very dubious data .

For a doctor he is a very GP he is doing Google skimming , he says noting from from front line experience
He is not involved first hand

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Joanne M. July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Hello Dr. Campbell, Greetings from Houston, TX. Would you please explain to me what is meant when one says "Community Spread? Thank you, Enjoy your Webinars.

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Becky Nelson July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Thankyou!

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Jan Viljoen July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

South and southern Africa is rapidly turning into the greatest epicenter of Covid-19 in the world. Since early April, the cumulative number of infections in South Africa has doubled about every 14 days. Today, 4 July 2020, 177,174 cases of infection have been officially recorded in South Africa. Community spread is now unstoppable. At the current rate of increase, 1 million will have been infected by 8 August, 2 million by 22 August, 4 million by 5 September, 8 million by 19 September, 16 million by 3 October and some 32 million by 17 October 2020. That is 53% of the population of over 59 million people. The daily number of new infections should then drop off steeply.

Public hospitals in South Africa have been plundered bare over the last 26 years and are unable to meet the increase in demand for sophisticated health care due to the Covid-19 crisis. The additional 'health budget' announced some two months ago, has turned out just another opportunity for 'connected' black business people to plunder, by loading contracted prices for protective medical equipment several hundred-fold. Even private hospitals are now being flooded by covid cases, and many people will not be able to access hospital care over the next four months. Also, the epidemic in South Africa comes on top of high incidences of tuberculosis, aids, diabetes and hypertension, all co-morbidities that significantly increase the likelihood of
death – Dr Mary-Ann Davies, https://www.aidsmap.com/news/jun-2020/people-hiv-greater-risk-covid-19-death-south-african-study. n addition, a high incidence of infant malnutrition and, quite likely, also substantial Vitamin D deficiencies in many South
Africans with dark skin, may leave many in South Africa vulnerable to inflammatory respiratory conditions such as covid-19. Defiance, denial and unwillingness to be accept the discomfort of lockdown are furtherimportant factors.

Early 'evidence' of flattening of the curve in South Africa is unreliable and misleading. Exponential epidemic growth of infected numbers is now well underway, and it appears that, some eight to ten weeks ago, the authorities have quietly accepted that the epidemic will run its course essentially unchecked. Officially, the peak is expected in September. Notwithstanding acceptance that the epidemic will run its course unchecked, very harsh, albeit clearly predominantly entirely nonsensical, irrational and uselessly ineffective, lockdown measures were introduced and are being brutally enforced. Ostensibly, the purpose is window-dressing that 'government is doing all it can to address' the crisis. Death rates are likely to be high, regardless a relatively young population. One of every two infected people over the age of 75 will most likely die, one of every four between the
ages of 65 and 74, one of five between the ages of 45 and 64 and less than one of 25 younger than 44. Statistics of 'recoveries' are evidently hugely suspect. Clearly, many politicians are totally out of sync with epidemic events. Everything that could possibly be done wrong with regard to the social and demographic realities of South Africa, they have managed to do wrong, demonstrating inability to understand the course of an epidemic, and of the role that social and demographic conditions play in its unfolding.

However, far worse, still, is that government is now trying to conceal their incompetence by beating the old Marxist drum of human suffering caused by suppression and exploitation of the black majority section of society by the privileged white minority section (See Jordan Peterson, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofmuCXRMoSA&t=1498s).

The harsh lockdown measures in South Africa is certain to drive a majority of small businesses to the wall. Countless numbers of these were started by Whites when legislated black economic empowerment since 1994 forced Whites out of jobs. Generally, these businesses have done well, a reality resented by many black South Africans with Marxist leanings. State financial assistance to weather the covid-19 crisis is not available to white-owned businesses; they are being discriminated against on a racial basis regardless the fact that they pay taxes and employ large numbers of black citizens. The epidemic is
being used to selectively drive white-owned businesses out of business, even though replacement employers are not being instituted. The interests of black employees of such businesses are simply being ignored. This is most deplorable, cowardly racism against an ethnic minority and will result in greater famine, hardship and poverty among ordinary people – both white and black – already impoverished by the ongoing plundering of state assets, especially during the Zuma era. The outside world must take notice.

Expatriate South Africans and others worldwide need to do whatever they can to help white-owned small businesses in South Africa survive the crisis and the racist campaign against them. Please look through the causes listed at https://www.backabuddy.co.za/news/covid-19-campaign-updates/ and donate to a business of your choice. Help preserve the lives and livelihoods of countless numbers of both Blacks and Whites in South Africa. The likes of Malema, Dlamini Zuma, Magashule and many others care only for power and the opportunity it affords them to plunder state assets at the cost of the poor.

Community spread is now unstoppable. No amount of lockdown will have any effect whatsoever. It is up to every individual family unit to protect themselves as best they can. Family isolation, social distancing, washing of hands and of surfaces outsiders might have contaminated, and the wearing of a mask whenever within 6 meters from outsiders, are the measures that should be rigorously applied for the next three to four months. These measures allow individuals to still go outside
for walks or a run. Many lives can be saved.

The upshot of this chain of past and prospective future events is that, by mid-October 2020, South Africa could be one of the very first countries in the world where the population has developed true herd immunity. By November, the epidemic in South Africa should be all over. South Africa can then enjoy their enviable position for a few months until vaccines become available.

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Jocelyne Gacuma July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

🎀🕯️ Thank you Dr. John Campbell for this video, I think all your views is a lot more information about this monstrous corona virus for our well-being.

☁️🕊️ God bless

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Oath Bound Secrets July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

I have been working in a shop for over a month and I don’t understand why it’s ok for me to see 50 random strangers every day, but not my own friends and family. I just want to stay home and keep everyone safe. What can we do when we are forced to work with the public, but office workers who never come in to contact with the general public get to stay at home, what makes their lives more valuable than mine? It’s all so senseless.

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Jane Armstrong July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

What do think about blood type dear Dr John? Best wishes and thank you!

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Douglas Bunjes July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

John hello from Kansas, wish you were in charge of the covid 19 team. I have bad news seems there is a new virus in China a crossover of Avian flu to Swine flu. What do you think?

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Wayne Oldale July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

70 million ppl in uk 6 billion world wide. 10 million people confirmed 2 million in last 2 week? surely r is at its most now

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Jonathan Brown July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

John, can you please confirm when you added the Dr to your YouTube channel title. This is to settle a £1000 bet between friends.

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Jonathan Brown July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Do the sources of your Covid19 numbers report the number of folk who died from thirst in aged care homes?

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dogwood123100 July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

what effects of colloidal silver?

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Matthew Kennedy July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Sewerage analysis?

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christine ruscoe July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

In uk alarmed at the ease of lockdown , in extremely vulnerable group , in Cheshire east U.K. how can uk 🇬🇧 PM ease lockdown if no track & trace in place no viable
testing very worried !
I have respiratory condition amongst others a cold or flu virus makes me really & pneumonia follows 😢 .

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neil u July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

is it our turn yet to send a bio terror weapon to china that infects dog meat eaters ?

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justin jay July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

oh now masks are necessary …U-Turn and nobody can remember what was previously said ..without comment

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DrummerlovesBookworm July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Didn’t happen.

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Debbie Scrimgeour July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Why are men more at risk (higher mortality rate) than women.
Debbie. Johannesburg

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Kate Ford July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Have you througjt throgh donation organs this virus has been mafe 27 December thats when comet cov19 went pased china ♥️

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Glenda Grant July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

My sis in law has been sick with virus 2 weeks. Her daughter has been asymptomatic but got tested Friday and is poditive. She the daughter was at a family bro in law funeral exactly 14 days ago. There was probably 50 of us thereand at the house. I dont know who thought it was a good idea for her to go. She has some mental ilness and not her own good judgement. Makes me frustrsted. They did not have the right to put us at risk. I told her brother she was sick getting tested day of funeral. She has htn and heart failure. I was very worried. He kind of laughed and ssid he knew she was sick. I think he thought we were dramatic women. I am 70 with htn and chronic lung disease. I went to support my husband, it was his baby brother, fought cancer for over 4 years. He talked with him everyday. Anyway what a mess. Many of us older with illness. They are black but I am white plus few others in family. They are more st risk. So far his sister who was ill has not been seriously ill. She had all the symptoms except fever and cough. Started with throst and nose then sob and some chest tightness. Diarrhes, lost voice, headache and bodyaches. I have had some headache and some little runny nose on anc off for week but have tried to ignote it as I have it some of the time anyway. Now I am a little worrird. Her neighbors mom dad a nd baby also positive. She only talked to them in ysrd. This is AL USA. She was seen by dr and tested same day as soon as she called. We are 50 miles away from AL in FL Panhandle. Pleade excuse my typos. I have a tumor in my retina and cannot type well or see to correct it. I wanted to tell this story again since daughter positive today. You cannot take a chance for even one day. I am a retired nurse of about 40 years. They had no medical background but I am still annoyed not at them but myself.

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Georgetoyou July 30, 2020 - 6:19 am

Most of the world has learned about the dangers of zoonotic virus transmission, but the question is–has China learned ?

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