“I like the numbers where they are. I don't need to have the numbers double because of one ship”

Dr. GuapoTrumpHaus(Blanco) wants to keep the passengers and crew aboard the Grand Princess because he believes that if they don’t get off the ship they don’t affect the data count. We probably would not have been much better off had Trump been removed from office a month ago, considering the current COVID19 task force. How much worse off will we be by November. Below the fold is one biologist’s thread on how bad the math could be (not an epidemiologist).

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— James Gleick (@JamesGleick) March 6, 2020

The president, while touring the CDC, talked up his ability to understand the virus, although he has repeatedly misstated how long it would take for a vaccine to be developed and available.

“I like this stuff. I really get it,” Trump said. “People are surprised that I understand it. … Maybe I have a natural ability.”

During a visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta Friday, President Donald Trump stated his preference that passengers on a cruise ship in the waters off of California remain on the boat because their entry onto U.S. soil could make the country's coronavirus statistics increase.

Vice President Mike Pence, who is in charge of the White House coronavirus task force, told reporters Friday that out of the 46 people on the Grand Princess who had been tested for coronavirus, 21 tested positive. Over 3,500 people are aboard the ship.

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— Newsweek (@Newsweek) March 7, 2020

On a global scale, 102,232 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed worldwide. While 3,496 individuals have died as a result of the virus, 57,619 people have fully recovered.

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— Ocular Nervosa (@ocularnervosa) March 7, 2020

— NeuroPsychoPhD (@SethN12) March 7, 2020

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