Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson says models that projected a massive healthcare crisis were flawed and that the reality does not justify widespread lockdown measures.
Minnesota State Senator Scott Jensen disclosed yesterday that the state’s health department has suggested attributing deaths to COVID-19 even without a confirmed diagnosis.
Alaska is the latest state to include abortions in its ban of non-essential medical procedures in an effort to conserve resources to help fight the coronavirus. Several other states have been leading this charge, and are now engaged in legal battles as abortion providers are claiming it is “essential” to terminate the unborn, even during a national crisis.
The Ford Motor Company is manufacturing clear plastic face shields for medical personnel and shipped its one millionth protective shield to New York City on April 4.
Data released from New York state show that the vast majority of Empire Staters who supposedly died from the Chinese Virus were elderly and had at least one underlying disease or condition.
Minorities such as blacks and Hispanics are disproportionately dying of the coronavirus, likely because large urban areas, where the virus spreads quickly, have higher concentrations of minorities.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said the antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine has shown “anecdotal” evidence of alleviating coronavirus and wants more for his state.
As the COVID-19 epidemic goes into another week and the government-mandated lockdown continues with no reasonable end in sight, fear of the virus is spreading faster than the virus itself. Part of what is causing the fear is the non-stop reporting showing the increase in both the number of infections and deaths. But a new report shows that some of the tests themselves are contaminated with coronavirus and could be spreading the disease.
The initial predictions for the number of U.S. coronavirus deaths have been innacurate, and the outlook is being revised downward. This is good news for Americans and the U.S. economy.
New York City may be considered the Wuhan virus’s current epicenter, with more than 57,159 people testing positive as of Friday morning. But the disease’s mortality epicenter just may be New Orleans, with its death rate being seven times the Big Apple’s. (In fact, the disparity may be even greater, unless The Big Easy is lying about its rate the way NYC is alleged to be doing.)