In his book Epidemics, the real dangers and false alarms (to be published Thursday, march 26, at Michel Lafon), professor Raoult wants to be a teacher, and reassuring on epidemics. Their mortality is lower than Google, the social networks and some media suggest. He also devotes a long chapter to the coronavirus, “old knowledge” for him that require more than 2.5 billion people around the world to be stuck.

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Excerpt from the introduction of Epidemics, the real dangers and false alarms (e…