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On Thursday evening, Donald Trump Jr. claimed that the number of COVID -19 deaths was “almost nothing” despite the 971 new casualties reported in the United States.
Appearing to Fox News with the segment host Laura Ingraham, Trump Jr. emphasized data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention then implied a decreasing coronavirus death frequency. Some survivors have undergone long-term damage and neurological effects.
“Give me a break, Laura, the reality is this, I put it up on my Instagram a couple of days ago because I went through the CDC data because I kept hearing about new infections, but I was like why aren’t they talking about deaths—oh, oh, because the number is almost nothing.”Donald Trump Jr.
Aside from downplaying the pandemic outbreak and undermining the number of cases, he also took a toll on playing politics.
“They understand that Joe Biden brings nothing to the table. He brings incompetence. He’s just a camouflage to bring the radical left. So they’re manipulating that, but that’s all they’ve got, so they gotta put fear—they want to shut down the country.”Donald Trump Jr.
He also mentioned that they’ve “gotten control of this thing” by understanding the therapeutics process. Trump Jr. claimed that the United States has been outperforming Europe, assuring that the state would have gotten hold of the outbreak.
However, according to the published data of Johns Hookins University, more than 8.9 million people who are residing in the United States have contracted the virus. It has resulted in more than 228,00 deaths, which indicates the number of cases is on the rise.
In the updated death interpretation forecast of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week, the national ensemble forecast predicts this date will report a total of 243,000 to 256,000 COVID-19 deaths.
“An uncertain trend in new COVID-19 deaths reported over the next four weeks and predicts that 3,900 to 10,000 new deaths will likely be reported during the week ending November 21, 2020. Trends in numbers of future reported deaths are uncertain or predicted to remain stable in the other states and territories.”CDC
Health administrators and epidemiologists anticipate that the continuing number of cases would increase. Fortunately, medical experts have executed several clinical progressions that would reduce the percentage or likelihood of dying from the risk of COVID-19. Still, the uncertainty of how many deaths would rise in this era of publicly downplaying the virus.