COVID-19 is the SARS Ⅱ virus from Wuhan, China that to date has caused 223,350,367 cases to date and killed 4,608,383. Still not nearly as bad as the Spanish Flu, that was 100,000,000 dead, but nothing to sneeze at either. I wrote these 23 essays starting on March 4, 2020, four days after the first Covid death in the USA. This monograph gives you a historical perspective of the virus as it evolved, as science evolved, and as my thinking of this plague evolved. It is from the perspective of a physician that has practiced the healing arts for over half a century, my observations on the public health measures, the treatment of the disease, the management of the vaccinations, and the interesting unique American phenomenon of vaccine resistance.
Softcover & E-book 6 x 9 x 0.25 inches 105 pages ISBN: 979-8470890177