The US Projected To Have More Than 200,000 Cases Of COVID 19 A Day

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The numbers of the pandemic are rising and records are being broken daily.  The US has had 100,000+ cases over 7 consecutive days. A top expert in the field states he will not be surprised if that number exceeds 200,000+ cases in a couple of weeks. That is because numbers are now rising in every state. The number of deaths subsequently keep rising as a result. There are now over 10 million people with the virus more than any other country.  Hospitals are at bursting point with the record number of new entries daily. US health authorities are giving go ahead’s to new treatments as soon as they are found.

An antibody treatment has just been given such a go-ahead. It requires to be infused ina hospital or health facility. A major company has announced that it has a vaccine on trial which is showing 90%+ efficacy rates. I say these developments are coming not a minute too soon.

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Gerald is our Health Editor who belives that access to quality healthcare is a universal right. Gerald’s parents, humble middle school teachers, raised an entire generation of doctors — and one journalist. He says that his brother and two sisters needed someone to scan the outside world for them while they were busy saving lives; and he, indeed, does that perfectly. After receiving an MA in Journalism and an MS in Environmental Science, Gerald added his voice to Climate change communication, but soon focused entirely on topics of the American health system. He provided the latest news on biotech, pharma, and healthcare reforms to outlets such as Rational View, Must Media, and The Chapel Hill Times Gerald believes that we don’t have to overpay for healthcare or to underpay our medical professionals, and that access to quality healthcare is a universal right. beaulieu@democracyforus.org

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