Okay this is some huge news in the coronavirus fight.. Many of the new stations wont come out and report the good news because they are loving the viewership numbers in the coronavirus fear porn. They play dramatic music and voice tones which are frightening to those who believe the mainstream media. The new has been caught multiple times using dummy’s and fake video/images to show the hospitals are over-run and people are dying! But many of the doctors have prediction millions of people to be infected by now, we can’t be sure of exact number since it has been reported that many of the testing kits were already infected with the virus or gave false positives. This whole thing was a money grab and democratic control. So lets get to the information that relates to the title:
3 Weeks Ago Newsom Said 25.5 Million People in California Would be Infected with Coronavirus Over 8-Week Period – Actual Number Today? … 15,247
Three weeks ago Governor Gavin Newsom projected that 56% of California’s population — or 25.5 million people will be infected with the Wuhan Coronavirus over an 8-week period.
Since we are nearly at the halfway point of Newsom’s prediction, we thought we would check in.
As of Monday morning, California has 15,247 confirmed COVID-19 infections and 350 deaths — OUT OF about 40 MILLION PEOPLE!
California is one of the largest economies in the world, yet the entire state has been virtually shut down because 0.04%. of the population has confirmed infections and 0.0009%. of the population has died from the virus.
Newsom continued, “We project that roughly 56 percent of our population — 25.5 million people — will be infected with the virus over an eight week period.”
USNS “Mercy” arrived in Los Angeles last week to alleviate hospitals supposedly overwhelmed by the Coronavirus and has treated less than 2 dozen patients.
U.S. Coronavirus Hospitalizations Lower than Predicted: NY Marks 75% Drop
The number of people hospitalized across the United States as a result of the novel coronavirus illness (COVID-19) is reportedly only a fraction of what some health experts projected a few days ago.
On Monday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told reporters that in his state alone, the epicenter of the viral outbreak in the United States, new coronavirus hospitalizations dropped by about 75 percent, from 1,427 four days ago to 358 on Sunday.
Highlighting the drop in new hospitalizations in NY, the state hardest hit (131,239 cases; 4,758 deaths as of Monday) by the coronavirus, Alex Berenson, former New York Times reporter who has been following the U.S. outbreak closely, observed on Twitter on Monday: “It’s over, guys. It’s already over.”
Jim Malatras, an aide for Gov. Cuomo, reportedly indicated that projections are now showing that New York is unlikely to need 110,000 hospital beds, as previously thought.
The new forecasts show “a much lower demand” that stands in the estimated 20,000-30,000 range, Jesse McKinley, the New York Times bureau chief in the NY capital of Albany, wrote on Twitter on Monday.
If I find anymore articles which state the numbers are off or decreasing Ill add it here…