Trump: Cloroquine Is An 'Incredible' Drug, COVID-19 Vaccine May Have 'Horrible Impact' If Not Fully TestedChris Menahan
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President Trump on Sunday touted the promising results from small-scale studies of hydroxycloroquine and warned that a coronavirus vaccine may have a "horrible impact" if not properly tested.
"If we have a vaccine, we have to make sure it doesn't have a horrible impact, that it doesn't destroy anyone, with the other one [hydroxycloroquine] we don't have to," Trump said.
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From The Hill, "Trump promotes use of drug for coronavirus: 'I'm not a doctor. But I have common sense'":
"What do you have to lose?" he said. "I'm not looking at it one way or another. But we want to get out of this. If [hydroxycloroquine] does work, it would be a shame if we didn't do it early."Earlier this week, Fauci said Americans should not assume hydroxychloroquine is a "knockout drug" and a coronavirus vaccine "ultimate game changer."
Axios reported Sunday that there was an internal battle among White House trade official Peter Navarro and Anthony Fauci over whether the drug should be touted by the administration.
From Axios, "Scoop: Inside the epic White House fight over hydroxychloroquine":
- Hahn gave an update about the drug and what he was seeing in different trials and real-world results.The travel ban was a great idea but it was needed much earlier and it needed to be much stricter and not exclude American citizens and all their relatives. Trump appears to have hesitated to act out of fear he would spook the market.
ABC News reported 3.4 million people entered the country from coronavirus hotspots since December:
Travel data of passengers arriving in the United States from China during the critical period in December, January and February, when the disease took hold in that country, shows a stunning 759,493 people entered the U.S.Regardless, it's nice to see some of Trump's vaccine skepticism appearing to shine through for a change.
I've seen a lot of folks fearful on social media about the threat of forced vaccination, in large part due to these comments by Bill Gates:
A video from 2017 has also been recirculating with Gates saying he told Trump not to launch a vaccine safety commission headed by Robert Kennedy Jr:
Viruses which spread really fast reportedly tend to die out really fast as well. The initial SARS-CoV (the current coronavirus is SARS-CoV-2) started in November 2002 and was declared contained by July 2003.
I would think odds are this virus is not going to last the one and a half to two years that's going to be needed to rush out a lightly tested, experimental vaccine, so I doubt the issue of a forced vaccine would even come into play.
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