Trump-Virus News

Totally Eff’ed In the Dark

Get ’em While You’re Cold!
(H/T: Scissorhead Purplehead)

Where to start… (emphasis mine)

The AP:

“Deaths from COVID-19 in the U.S. have soared to more than 2,200 a day on average, matching the frightening peak reached last April, and cases per day have eclipsed 200,000 on average for the first time on record, with the crisis all but certain to get worse because of the fallout from Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s.”

“Virtually every state is reporting surges just as a vaccine appears days away from getting the go-ahead in the U.S.”

CBS News:

Washington — With infections and deaths from the coronavirus surging nationwide, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), warned Sunday it’s likely the pandemic will continue to worsen in the coming weeks and predicted the U.S. could reach nearly 4,000 deaths per day in January.

Tiger Beat:

“The United States could be heading for a vaccine cliff this spring, with shortages forcing hundreds of millions of Americans to wait for shots amid intense global competition for limited doses.”

“The Trump administration has bought 100 million doses each of vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, but the U.S. is unlikely to get additional doses anytime soon because of strong international demand. And both vaccines require two doses per person, effectively halving the already scarce supply.”

NBC News:

“The U.S. is facing a new wave of Covid-19 outbreaks straining hospitals, workers, businesses, and schools.

“In this, the country is not alone: Wealthy nations across Europe are facing a major surge in new infections too, as is Canada. But unlike their economic peers, elected leaders in the U.S. have left citizens to face the current crisis without any additional financial cushion from their government.”

As we’ve noted before, the failure is actually on amply be-chinned Mitch McConnell who continues to put the razor blade in the apple.

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