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Written by Dr. Sam Bailey
Australian medical doctor, Sam Bailey, examines the consensus viewpoint about COVID19 published on the most-used consensus website. Wikipedia. While Dr Bailey agrees Wikipedia is often unreliable, it is a good barometer of what most people believe.
Here, a qualified medical expert takes a critical look at the good and bad information being put out about the coronavirus pandemic.
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