Dr. Anthony Fauci is going apocalyptic about the Wuhan virus again and said earlier this week that up to 400,000 Americans could die from the coronavirus if we don’t do something.
“The models tell us if we don’t do what we need to in the fall and winter, we could have 300,000-400,000 COVID-19 deaths,” American University quoted the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases as saying.
“The models tell us that if we do not do the kinds of things that we’re talking about in the cold of the fall and the winter, we could have from 300,000 to 400,000 deaths,” Dr. Anthony Fauci warns. “That would be just so tragic if that happens.” https://t.co/tcopD5nX13 pic.twitter.com/VjRQWsJlWz
— ABC News (@ABC) October 7, 2020
I wonder if these are the same models that said 2 million people were going to die?
The Hill reports:
Fauci’s prediction goes beyond a University of Washington study from August that said as many as 300,000 people could die of COVID-19 by Dec. 1.
As of Wednesday morning, the U.S. has recorded 210,918 deaths and more than 7.5 million confirmed infections of COVID-19, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
Fauci also asserted on Tuesday that a vaccine will probably not be available to most Americans until next summer or the fall, aligning with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield’s Senate testimony last month. Fauci said during an event on Monday that this means life may not return to normal until the end of next year.
“Maybe 50 percent of you hate me because you think I’m trying to destroy the country, but listen to me for six weeks or so, and do what I say, and you’ll see the numbers go down,” Fauci pleaded, according to the university.
Regarding people who are skeptical of him, Fauci says, “Maybe 50% of you hate me because you think I’m trying to destroy the country, but listen to me for six weeks or so, and do what I say, and you’ll see the numbers go down” #KPUxFauci
— American University (@AmericanU) October 6, 2020
Right, “do what I say” sorry we tried that and the cure was worse than the disease.
American University did not post what suggestions Fauci had for us all to “survive.”