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There is a question here! Could Covid 19 virus made to use as a way to control people against dictatorship in countries? for example by long lasting qarantine ? or use to reducing the population (kill people)who dont pay attention to forces and laws and regulatulions?
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Every episode brings the best science available about public health. Never preachy. Just honest discussions in a calm, supporting manner, so being informed is the good hug you need from a kind, smart friend. Everyone should subscribe to this, so you have the latest best information.
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Public Health On Call launched 4 years ago and published 122 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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