Dr. Fauci’s Lecture from MIT’s Free Course on COVID-19: It’s Now Online

Back in September, we gave you a heads up on MIT’s free course on COVID-19. As we mentioned, “COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 and the Pandemic” runs from September 1, 2020 through December 8, 2020. And it features a combination of MIT faculty and guest speakers, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, covering the science of the pandemic. Since our original post, Dr. Fauci’s presentation, “Insights from the COVID-19 pandemic,” has gone online. You can watch it above. Then find all of the other lectures here.

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  • Dennis McCauley says:

    400,000$/year advice

    Wash your hands
    And don’t touch your face.
    As grandma Fauci says

  • WW says:

    Today, the CDC , in addition to telling us who we can and cannot have-over for the holidays, also told us drinking alcohol (the stuff we sanitize our hands with) and loud music help spread the CCP-virus. This is no longer about the pandemic, but something more sinister. Those people talking about “The Great Reset” make more sense every day!

  • Moeskido says:

    WW, this isn’t about how adolescents react to being told what to do. It’s about taking responsibility for everyone’s health during a health crisis that is getting worse because of careless anti-science ignorance.

    Please stop spreading goofy conspiracy theories and take this pandemic seriously.

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