Doctors and students support zero-COVID advocate Dr David Berger


The WSWS continues to receive statements supporting Dr David Berger, an Australian physician and dedicated zero-COVID advocate who is being threatened with deregistration by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) over his social media condemnations of the government’s “let it rip” coronavirus policies.

Dr David Berger (Image: Supplied)

Since the publication of our first article on July 8, which calls on scientists, health workers and other sections of workers to come to Dr Berger’s defence, the WSWS has published seventeen articles compiling statements of support.

We urge workers, young people and professionals to speak out in defence of Dr Berger. Statements of support can be emailed here. Please indicate in the email how you would like to be identified in our next article, and if you want to include a photo, please attach one to the email.

A letter from Dr John R. Moffett, United States:

Dear WSWS,

I am a US-based neuroscientist who is writing in support of Dr David Berger over his stance on reckless COVID policies that have allowed the virus to spread to every corner of the world and kill far more people than more scientifically-based policies would have. The vaccine-only policies are obviously aimed at increasing vaccine sales rather than public health. But this is to be expected when corporations run the governments. Corporations don’t have any concern for people, they are only concerned with profits. As long as governments are controlled by corporate leaders, and follow their agendas, we will have more wars, more pandemics and incompetent responses to both tragedies.



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