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Coronavirus advice from an Italian doctor on the frontlines of the pandemic (E858)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to an Italian doctor on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Giovanni Guaraldi. He discusses the current situation in Italy, which has become the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, his opinions on Britain’s response to coronavirus, how bad it will get in Britain, his medical advice on what medications people should avoid if they have coronavirus, which medications help ease the symptoms of the virus, how to stop the spread of Covid-19 and more!

Next, we speak to Professor Rupert Read, associate professor of philosophy and Extinction Rebellion spokesperson, about the British government’s coronavirus response. He discusses why Boris Johnson chose the ‘herd immunity’ response even though it would result in hundreds of thousands of Britons dying, how the British population is actually ahead of the government in terms of coronavirus response, how Britain’s response is completely at odds with the rest of the world and more! Finally, we speak to Aamer Anwar, the lawyer of the family of the convicted Lockerbie bomber about the Lockerbie bombing case. He discusses the consequences of the court decision being overturned, saying it would mean Britain and the United States have been living a monumental lie and that the Libyan people would have been punished for a crime they did not commit! He also alleges a cover-up to blame Libya and points the finger of blame at Iran.


Statement from justice secretary Humza Yousaf:

“My thoughts continue to be with all those who lost loved ones on that terrible evening more than 30 years ago. The strength and compassion they have shown has created a legacy of friendship and ensured that the memory of those who died lives on.”


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