Paul discusses why Ihe wrote TELL ME WHEN IT’S OVER; what did we get right, what did we get wrong, and what did we learn along the way to debunk the many myths about COVID and COVID vaccines that arose during this pandemic.
Only 4 percent of children less than 4 have completed the primary COVID vaccine series. And most parents now say that they don’t plan to get a vaccine for their young child. Parents who resist vaccinating their children make arguments that are not supported by the facts.
Back on October 2, 2020, President Donald Trump was admitted to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center with COVID. One medicine probably saved his life. It wasn’t the one he had imagined.
Paul discusses two examples of how vaccine fears mimic SNL skits: a physician who testified before the Ohio state legislature that COVID vaccines made people magnetic, and The Centner Academy prohibited vaccinated teachers from the classroom for at least 30 days because of fear of vaccine “shedding.”
During the COVID pandemic, a vaccine safety monitoring system misled the American public.
COVID vaccines were first available in December 2020, but one phrase used to describe an early outbreak confused the public about what COVID vaccines could or couldn’t do: Breakthrough Infections.
In this episode of Beyond the Noise, Dr. Paul Offit discusses how during the early stages of the COVID pandemic, both the CDC and FDA used certain words or phrases that inadvertently frightened or confused the American public.
In this episode of Beyond the Noise, Dr. Paul Offit discusses the 13 November 2023 meeting held by Marjorie Taylor Greene (R, Georgia) to discuss COVID vaccine safety, specifically the comments of Dr. Robert Malone.
In this episode of Beyond the Noise, Dr. Paul Offit discusses the 13 November 2023 meeting held by Marjorie Taylor Greene (R, Georgia) to discuss COVID vaccine safety.
In this episode of Beyond the Noise, Dr. Paul Offit discusses why in the name of standing up to the “Washington edicts,” Governor DeSantis and his state’s Surgeon General have put many Floridians at unnecessary risk and inexplicably offered the vaccine to some who are not at high risk.