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Dr. Mehmet Oz was set on fire after talking to Sean Hannity of Fox News and commenting on the resumption of schools. During the interview, Dr. Oz described the potential for school revitalization in the context of the COWID 19 pandemic and possible compromises in this regard.

Here’s an excerpt:

DR OZ: Schools are a very tasty occasion. I have just read a good article in The Lancet that says that opening schools can cost us between 2 and 3 percent of the total mortality. Every life is a wasted life, but… Maybe that’s a compromise some people will think.

– Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) 16. April 2020.

Dr. Oz said:

We need our mojo back. Let’s start with what is really important to the nation, where we think we can open up without major problems. I’m telling you, schools are a very tasty opportunity. I just saw a good article in The Lancer that said that opening schools can only cost us two or three percent of total mortality. Every life is a wasted life, but getting every child back to school where they are safe, educated and fed, and getting the best out of their life, with a theoretical risk on their back, can be a compromise that some people might consider.

Dr. Oz, Appetizing and only 2-3% trends on Twitter.

After Dr. Oz talked about a possible compromise on school renewal, many Twitter users responded. Three different hashtags appeared on Twitter: Dr. Oz, tasty and only 2-3%.

Strange days, Fernand R. Amandi tweeted the podcast:


Here is the quack @DrOz says that children can go back to school because only 2-3% of them will die.

There are over 56 million children in American schools.

2% – 1.1 million children dead
3% – 1.7 million children dead

Fuck you, Dr. Ozpic.

– Fernand R. Amandi (@AmandiOnAir) 16. April 2020.

Activist Andrea Junker tweeted:

Those who say that only 2-3% of dying children are not that important to get Dow back on track should identify 1 or 2 children they are willing to offer before they die. Give them a name.

– Andrea Junker (@Strandjunker) 16 April 2020

Sophia A, CNN reporter. Nelson tweeted:

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