‘Contagion’ medical adviser Dr. Ian Lipkin says he has coronavirus

The esteemed health-related adviser behind the pandemic film “Contagion,” Dr. Ian Lipkin, has uncovered he has contracted the coronavirus.

Lipkin, director of the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia College, who recommended director Steven Soderbergh on the reasonable 2011 movie, unveiled his ailment just after speaking about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on Fox’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on Tuesday.

A number of minutes immediately after supplying a dry cough for the duration of the distant segment, Lipkin stated, “I would like to say on this demonstrate tonight, this has come to be quite personal to me, far too. Because I have COVID as of yesterday. It’s depressing.”

“If it can hit me, it can strike anyone. That is the message I want to convey,” he included.

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