Doctors often recommend getting a second opinion, so we have one from Dr. Knut Wittkowski, who retired last year after ten years as a professor of bio-statistics, epidemiology and design research with Rockefeller University in New York. Before that he was with a German university for 15 years. He’s one of the most respected epidemiologists in the world, which Is different from Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx, which he explains.
He talked with Mark Levin recently. He says there were too many scary stories told about coronavirus which led to a lot of misunderstanding. He also says that kids should have been allowed to go to school. He says they may get sniffles or a sore throat, but they recover quickly and it enhances their immune system. It also helps the population by providing a buffer of immunity. He says there’s an example in Europe which shows how shutdowns are not working. That’s in the Scandinavian countries. More on that tomorrow.
If you wold like to hear the entire interview with Dr. Wittkowski, you can hear it on Mark Levin’s podcast from last Friday evening, marklevin.com.