Trump Confirms Science Prioritizes 200,000 Dead In Politics

Trump Confirms Science Prioritizes 200,000 Dead In Politics

New York: With the nation’s Kovid-19 death at 200,000, President Donald Trump is engaged in an ongoing war against his administration’s own scientists.
Over the past six months, the Trump administration has prioritized politics over science at key moments, refusing to follow expert advice that may include novel coronaviruses and dissemination Disease, Kovid-19, causes this.
Trump and his people have routinely rejected experts’ assessment of the gravity of the epidemic, and took necessary measures to bring it under control. He has tried to give a snout to scientists who dispute the administration’s livelihood spin.
Only last week, Trump was a pathologist and head of the American Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert described Redfield as “confused”, as he said a vaccine was unlikely to be widely available to the general public until summer or fall. 2021.
Without proof, Trump said it could be ready before the election.
While there is no indication that Trump has influenced the science or safety of the vaccination process, his insistence that anyone will be ready before the election is hitting disbelief in the sheer success.
The Trump vs. Science dynamic is clear from the start.
In late January, after the virus first surfaced in Wuhan, China, the CDC opened its Emergency Operations Center. What was needed, epidemiologists said, was aggressive public education and contact to detect and isolate cases first before the disease was out of control.
Instead, Trump played the virus publicly in those crucial first weeks, even as he privately acknowledged the seriousness of the threat.
“I’ve always wanted to play it,” the president told journalist Bob Woodward in March.
By mid-March, hospitals in New York and elsewhere were prevented from storing autopsies in patients and refrigerator trucks.
On 31 March, the nation was still battling to understand the scope of the epidemic.
White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Drs. Deborah Birks, stood next to the president to explain the estimates of Jaw’s death.
Doctors said that until the country adopted the mask, it practiced and kept the business closed and 100,000 to 240,000 people would die. He insisted that if the US took tough measures, the deaths could be less than 100,000.
“We hope we can put it under the same,” Trump then said.
Still, instead of issuing a national mask mandate, the Trump administration posted a “US resume” plan within weeks.
The CDC began to develop a rough documentation of guidelines to help make decisions about reopening. But the White House considered the guidelines too strict. Scientists at the CDC said, “They will never see the light of day.”

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