Azar: U.S. Not Seeing Spike in CV Cases in Places That Are Reopening

Chris Menahan
May. 18, 2020

America is not seeing a "spike" in coronavirus cases in places that are reopening, according to Health Secretary Alex Azar.

From Reuters:
"We are seeing that in places that are opening, we're not seeing this spike in cases," Azar said [Sunday] on CNN's "State of the Union" program. "We still see spikes in some areas that are in fact close to very localized situations."

"These are very localized determinations. There should not be a one size fits all to reopening but reopen we must because it's not health versus the economy. It's health versus healthy," he said, adding there were serious health consequences to not reopening.
Meanwhile, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said earlier this month that 66 percent of new cases were found in people who were staying home.

Nonetheless, everyone is supposed stay locked in their homes indefinitely and be deprived of sunlight and vitamin D while he and other Democratic governors send coronavirus patients directly into nursing homes.

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