Bill Gates Calls Covid-19 Conspiracy Theories ‘So Crazy’

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    Sep.15 — Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates discusses the global economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the proliferation of conspiracy theorists and the role they play in the spread of Covid-19. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker.

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