The new normal is already here, at least for another year.
BREAKING: Dr. Anthony Fauci tells me he will warn the Senate on Tuesday that Americans will face "needless suffering and death" if the country opens up prematurely. https://t.co/3d2D0lu6c2— Sheryl Gay Stolberg (@SherylNYT) May 12, 2020
#Coronavirus update, 5/10, 11:59 pm ET (Day 71)— Bryan Dawson (@BryanDawsonUSA) May 11, 2020
🔹1,367,638 #COVID19 cases*
🔹Case Fatality Rate (CFR) 5.9%
🔹76% discharged / 24% deaths
🔹US Vietnam & Korean War deaths: 91,906
"It will be over in April"
*Confirmed: Likely underreported due to lack of testing pic.twitter.com/FQOyJfxL8h
“From loose travel bans and untrained personnel handling early carriers, to poor testing, to failure to implement Defense Production Act or deliver medical supplies, we see no interest in containing the infection.”
Yale psychiatrist Bandy X. Lee is leading a group of mental health professionals in urging a congressional intervention into President Donald Trump’s coronavirus response.
Dr. Lee, a forensic psychiatrist at the Yale School of Medicine who also teaches at Yale Law School, has sounded the alarm over Trump’s mental health for years. Lee heads the World Mental Health Coalition, whose membership she says includes thousands of mental health professionals. The group has convened multiple panels to highlight concerns about the president’s handling of the country and the coronavirus pandemic. The organization recently issued a “prescription for survival,” calling for federal officials to take unprecedented action to block the president from leading public health policy during the crisis.
So great to see our Country starting to open up again! https://t.co/ceXFk4iWBX— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 10, 2020