Farm Expert Interview 6: Dr Immo Fiebrig

Dr. Immo Norman Fiebrig from Germany, a licensed pharmacist and PhD in biochemistry explains his ‘Corona Triangle Hypothesis’ where mapping cases of COVID-19 in humans in the State of Santa Catarina in Brazil over maps of factory pig farms, reveals a strong overlap between high pig densities and high COVID-19 infection rate in humans in spite of relatively few people living there. Transcription, Research Paper.

“Proving there is a risk of revert infection would cause tremendouseconomic damage to the agro-industrial complex worldwide whilst saving hundred thousands ofhuman lives and livelihoods. But industries – unless forced by law – tend to put profit over people.”

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