A couple of months I posted some knowledgeable Covid material from an Oxford prof I'd heard speak. It's had the most hits of anything on C@W over the past three months.
Here's the perspective from another Oxford prof - this time more conveniently available on www. It's only 18 minutes, and entirely accessible. The speaker is Naj Rahman, Professor of Respiratory Medicine and Director of the Oxford Respiratory Trials Unit, who is absolutely in the front line on several key aspects (Oxford being way out front in real-time research & response on Covid, and Rahman being a practitioner as well as a researcher).
His talk is at once sobering, encouraging, and in its account of the noble efforts of some medical students, uplifting. BTW, I'm not sure he agrees with the previous prof that Covid-19 might be the last coronavirus pandemic we face.
So - only 18 mins and well worth a viewing.