“Treat the cause of our economic illness, not just the symptoms.”
“I’m not going to go. And I’m not going to go because of the virus situation.”
A temporary extension
Second wave in South Korea?
“…each resident would be assigned a health score ranging from 0 to 100”
It’s what’s next
“When you say we lead in cases, that’s because we have more testing than anybody else.”
Azar: “What problem did the CDC have?
“Who can we prosecute for those deaths? Nobody. Nobody. Mother nature. God.”
Refusal to comply
Let’s hope it doesn’t go up in smoke
“an epidemiologist from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said that large-scale screening and testing is unnecessary.”
“A senior administration official said he expects the president to begin publicly questioning the death toll…”
Some natural advantages
“The Wild Wild West” … or a wild-goose chase?
16 states ready to go by May 1.
“It’s a tremendous hammer.”
And what might that mean for market psychology?
“First of all, If he’s sitting home watching TV, maybe he should get up and go to work, right?”
“We are an order of magnitude off right now from where we should be.”
Safety for health care workers
May 1 “a bit overly optimistic”?
“Trump announced that the Verily program would bring screening and testing to the entire country.”
“… place by place, bit by bit, based on the data.”
“Do you need it? No. Is it a nice thing to do? Yes.”
“expanding the number of sites and opening them to the general public.”
“Something we have yet to put in place nationwide.”
WaPo, The Hill: Reasons for optimism emerging.
“About 92,500 tests had been conducted in California…59,500 are pending…”
What’s the truth?
And the rose-err-nomination goes to…
The “blue flu” is spreading faster than COVID
The president is not king.