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July 29, 2020


this has to be the best statement for our time - thanks

"Fortuitously arriving before the advent of antivaxxers, the Internet, and proliferation of misinformed (at best) amateurs on social media, WHO, supported by most of the Western world was able to track down and subdue (by vaccination) outbreaks of the disease which has no known animal host reservoir."

Another compelling read is The Demon In The Freezer ... riveting and scary stuff. And yes, the "Fortuitously arriving" statement struck me as apropos as well.

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