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1 Feb, 2021 22:32

COVID-19 mutations way overblown

January was the deadliest month yet for the US in its struggle against COVID-19, with more than 94,000 deaths. Rick Sanchez describes his own recent bout with the coronavirus and the long absence from the air that it entailed. Then RT America's Faran Fronczak discusses the proliferation of new variants of COVID-19 and what it means for how we face the pandemic going forward. RT’s Peter Oliver reports from Europe about the troubling repercussions of “vaccine nationalism” and the friction it has created between the UK and EU. RT America's Alex Mihailovich reports on the outbreak of anti-lockdown protests over the weekend, wherein citizens from Europe to Peru took to the streets to protest the stifling restrictions meant to curb COVID-19 infections. RT’s Murad Gazdiev reports on new evidence of links between MI6 and Russian opposition figure and activist Alexei Navalny. Then author and professor of international human rights Dan Kovalik joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the role of the US and UK in fomenting political discord in Russia and other countries.