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Connecting the Dots: Glyphosate and COVID-19

Stephanie Seneff
April 10, 2020

Are glyphosate and COVID-19 connected? Glyphosate, one of the most toxic chemicals in the world, may be the key to why some people get severely ill from COVID-19. An MIT senior research scientist reports:

The pandemic that we have long been told is coming any day now has unfortunately arrived. The new strain of coronavirus, named COVID-19, has taken the world by storm, practically shutting down the global economy and overwhelming the hospital systems.

I am a senior research scientist at MIT. I have devoted over 12 years to trying to understand the role of toxic chemicals in the deterioration of human health. I have been particularly focused on figuring out what has been driving the skyrocketing rates of autism in America and around the world. My research strongly suggests that glyphosate (the active ingredient in the weed killer Roundup) is a primary cause of the autism epidemic in the United States. When the COVID-19 pandemic began its march across the world, I started to consider whether glyphosate might play a role.