When leaders failed us & lie 5.6 percent of COVID cases die

CDC Says America to expect 20,000 more deaths in the next 21 days.

FPM.news asked epidemiology researcher and computer scientist Fred Harris to explain what the recent CDC estimates mean. Mr. Harris leads a team in preparing the foremost COVID-19 data report in the world.

“The CDC is predicting 20,000 additional deaths in the next three weeks. That number is low for sure. It is this simple. There are roughly 1.2 million American unresolved cases of COVID-19 in the United States. These are cases where the patient has not died and has not recovered. The current death rate of confirmed cases is 5.6% hence there will be 67,200 deaths from the current cases. With a rate of infection at 21,000 per day on average, and that could change either way, there will be another 1,120 deaths per day once those cases have matured to about 28 days. That’s the statistical reality of this disease.” said Mr. Harris.

CDC Offers Considerations for Events and Gatherings.

Feminine-Perspective Magazine Considerations for Events and Gatherings. Photo Credit: Twitter Video Capture. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Signing a waver is not enough. Follow these globally accepted precautions against coronavirus adopted by the CDC and the WHO.

As the United States heads into a large political weekend Feminine-Perspective Magazine shares reasons why everyone, that’s every person on Earth, must

  1. wash their hands before and after touching anything,
  2. don’t touch their face without cleaning hands first,
  3. wear an N95 mask if available especially for vulnerable members of the population or at least a three-layer cloth mask, and
  4. maintain social distancing of two meters or more.

Wash your hands says the CDC

Wash your hands. Photo Credit: Melissa Hemingway
Washing hands can keep you healthy and prevent the spread of respiratory infections from one person to the next. According to the CDC: 
Germs can spread from other people or surfaces when you:
Touch your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
Prepare or eat food and drinks with unwashed hands
Touch a contaminated surface or objects
Blow your nose, cough, or sneeze into hands and then touch other people’s hands or common objects

Video: The World Health Organization Advice on Wearings Masks

Video: Here is how to wear an N95 (Medical) Mask

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