White House Doctor Deliver BAD News

This is the best possible outcome?

White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx delivered an ominous best outcome scenario for the coronavirus outbreak. Brix claimed that if everything is done “almost perfectly, there could be up to 200,000 deaths in the country.

According to Breitbart, “I think everyone understands now that you can go from five to 50 to 500 to 5,000 cases very quickly,” Birx said.

“We’ve looked at the Italy data with their self-isolation, and that’s where we come up with if we do things together well, almost perfectly, we could get in the range of 100,000 to 200,000 fatalities. We don’t even want to see that,” she went on to say.

“Well, the best-case scenario would be 100% of Americans doing precisely what is required,” she said. “But we’re not sure based on the data that you’re sharing from around the world and seeing these pictures that all of America is responding in a uniform way to protect one another. So, we also have to factor that in. Cities that don’t social distance, that don’t stay at home, that believe you can have social interactions, that believe you can have gatherings in homes of 20 and 10 people even, that is going to spread the virus, even if everyone looks well.”

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Image credit: Los Angeles Times

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2 Comments

  • Ron C
    Posted March 30, 2020 6:28 pm 0Likes

    The doctor said there COULD be…which lends the statement to COUNLD NOT be that many deaths….but leave it to the news media to take the worst case to report…their FAKE NEWS with!

  • Kurt Walker
    Posted March 30, 2020 9:05 pm 0Likes

    The people who refuse to abide by the medical information could easily bring many deaths. One person can infect a crowd and that crowd can infect the nation. At the rate this thing is spreading no one, NO ONE, can predict the final disaster. This one case where we have to be pessimist and act on the side of caution.

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