He may have retracted his specific statement, but that 100% does not mean that the medical community isn't increasingly seeing lingering issues with myocarditis linked to Covid and reacting accordingly ... because they are. All this stuff is developing quickly and there simply hasn't been time to allow for the kind of in depth case studies to back up various positions with regards to the virus and its impacts. The new information over the weekend is a good example. Docs have been using corticosteroids in an effort to treat Covid symptoms for a while now, but we're only just starting to see enough serious study results to back up the effectiveness of those treatments. While the study results got big happy headlines over the weekend, it won't have much impact on treatment going forward because it's a thing most Docs were already doing. Meanwhile the online keyboard warriors are confused because they dismissed steroids long ago ... largely because they're looking for a magic bullet that doesn't exist. Wait until they find out that there's no such thing as a 100% effective vaccine for basically anything.The good doctor has retracted his statement.
That's the thing with these big info swings online ... we somehow take one guy's statement that's a bit off course, or simply too early in the process to verify and use it to dismiss what eventually can become valid information later on. Likewise we'll take something that's just a little bit off kilter as gospel and gear up for a crusade. And it all depends on our point of view or our political positions. Fun times.