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Vin Gupta, MD, says the concept of herd immunity is 'morally reprehensible'
Vin Gupta, MD, says the concept of herd immunity is "morally reprehensible." "The deep concern here is that any herd immunity strategy would cost unnecessary lives...Our institute here thinks 500,000 dead by Feb. 1 cumulative if we go toward that strategy, untold millions worldwide. That's why the WHO thinks this is unethical and immoral."
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