@wendybr Surely as a teacher you're aware of confirmation bias and logical fallacies. As someone who intricately knows how social media and internet feeds algorithms work, I can tell you that you are being shown what the algorithm thinks you want to see. These algorithms can pinpoint you down to a tee, and will deliver you the content that supports your arguments and thoughts. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but you have to realise that just because that's all you're seeing, doesn't mean that millions of other people are as well. If all you're being shown is people agreeing with these viewpoints, you can be forgiven for believing it's a larger minority than you think.
Also, I look at those comments you posted above and they are littered with fallacies and people conflating their credentials. "As a healthcare professional with over 30 years experience in a related field" isn't a doctor, virologist or epidemiologist. That's circular speak for "I'm a pharmacy rep/lab technician/chiropractor/medical administrator but I won't say that because you won't take me seriously, so I'm a healthcare professional because that sounds important and like I know more than what I actually do"
Also, "natural immunity" is bullcrap. It's called a novel coronavirus for a reason. Some people might have the ability to fight it off, but many others won't. Not everybody can rely on their "immunity" and a lot of the time if you can't, it's already too late by the time you find out.
On a different note - despite all your arguments that the mainstream media is being silenced on things like treatment etc. I have seen two major segments in the past two days on The Project and Sunrise about potential treatments in development. The media are talking about it, it's just not in your algorithm.