If this is correct, this mild flu season that we have been experiencing is poised to rapidly accelerate and become 8x as bad in late May.
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is projecting that by June 1, the U.S. will see a surge in daily new coronavirus cases from about 25,000 to 200,000, and an increase in daily deaths from about 1,750 to about 3,000, according to an internal document obtained by the New York Times.
Why it matters: The internal modeling comes as the federal government and individual states have been working to reopen parts of the economy after a seven-week shutdown.
Former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb warned on CBS Sunday that mitigation hasn’t worked “as well as we expected” and that the U.S. could see “persistent spread” of the virus through the summer. …”
It may take a while longer to “ride it out.”
I don’t trust the so-called experts. I will have to get a second opinion from either Drs. Diamond and Silk, Dr. Ramzpaul or Dr. Andrew “Mountain Dew” Anglin, MD.