Tucker: Data Suggests Coronavirus Epidemic Peak 'Passed Five Days Ago'Chris Menahan
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Tucker Carlson said Tuesday on Fox News that data suggests the "peak" of the coronavirus epidemic may have "passed five days ago."
From The Daily Caller, "Tucker Carlson: Even With Epidemic 'Receding,' Discussing Getting Back To Normal 'Has Become Taboo'":
Beginning a lengthy monologue on Tuesday night’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the Fox News host discussed how once-dire COVID-19 projections “have been scaled back dramatically” in the wake of far lower numbers than any of the models anticipated, even taking social distancing measures into account.Though deaths surged on Tuesday, they're a lagging indicator. ICU admissions have been falling off.
From Breitbart, "U.S. Coronavirus Hospitalizations Lower than Predicted: NY Marks 75% Drop":
The number of people hospitalized across the United States as a result of the novel coronavirus illness (COVID-19) is reportedly only a fraction of what some health experts projected a few days ago.CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said Monday the death toll will likely be "much, much, much lower" than predicted.
Transcript via Breitbart:
HOST: We were talking about some of the models, whether it’s from the imperial college guy in England or the University of Washington. Thank god some of these numbers are falling short of some of these catastrophic numbers. Tell me about the dynamic of the modeling and how it helps and influences decision making and then, when the reality comes in, how does the decision making transform?Note the lack of pushback when asked if the numbers were just to scare people.
I don't fault them for it, it worked at keeping people from gathering in large numbers but it's time to start moving towards getting back to normal lest the "cure" become worse than the disease.
As Tucker noted, anywhere from ten to twenty million Americans have already lost their jobs which could lead to many deaths in itself.
The blanket bans on so-called "non-essential" workplaces were way too extreme.
Such measures would have made sense back in January but our authorities let the virus in through our airports and encouraged its spread in the name of fighting racism.
It has spread like wildfire but the death rate seems to be .03% or less rather than 3.4% as the World Health Organization ridiculously claimed.
Fortunately, Trump doesn't seem interested in listening to the "experts" advice for much longer and appears to agree with Tucker that it's time to restart the economy.
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