Dr Fauci says this crisis is "shining a bright light" on health disparities for the African American community. He says they are not infected at a higher rate but often have more comorbidities like diabetes or heart disease that can lead to a worse outcome.— Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) April 7, 2020
Well, Dr. Birx just said it. Anyone in U.S. who dies with Covid 19, regardless of what else may be wrong, is now being recorded as a Covid 19 death.— Brit Hume (@brithume) April 7, 2020
Asked about school calendars, Fauci says he thinks things will be closer to normal by the beginning of next school year. “No absolute prediction but I think we’ll be in good shape.”— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) April 7, 2020
Dr. Birx: We looked at their curves and looked at their hospitals, and we decided to make that needed at this time. We are doing that three per thousand, seven per thousand and four per thousand. We need other states and other communities to understand how to do this better next time. And I think that's what this will teach us because we never attempted anything like this. And, we've never put out information like that. I think you are the CDC director talk earlier in the model about how different individuals thought communities would mitigate, and the rate at which they would mitigate, and I think you can see that across the world, we are learning you need to understand what's going on and you are transparent community is can be a part and transparent. That education and dialogue is always critical.
Jim @Acosta on the W.H.O.: Yes, they have their flaws...But [Trump] said that they have been calling it wrong throughout this crisis, but worth noting...on March 11th when the president gave the Oval Office address to the nation...he cited the World Health Organization... pic.twitter.com/Pl5636I6tC— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) April 7, 2020
Dr. Birx: If Labs have Abbott M2000 machines — 80% of which she says are idle — please get them up and running. She says doing so could help double daily testing volume nationwide.— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) April 7, 2020