The death toll in the United States could reach 200,000 even if the social distancing guidelines are followed perfectly, according to the White House response team.
The U.S. leads in the number of confirmed cases, with more than 180,000 people infected. Nearly three out of every four Americans are under stay-at-home orders. CGTN’S White House correspondent Nathan King has more.
Justin Bahl is Associate Professor at the Center for Vaccines and Immunology, Infectious Diseases at the University of Georgia.
Mark Seddon is a Journalist, Former Media Adviser to President of the UN General Assembly.
- Dr. Robert D. Morris is a Seattle-based physician, environmental engineer and epidemiologist.
Ali Khan is Dean, College of Public Health and Professor, Department of Epidemiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
While the World Health Organization stood by its recommendation only to wear a mask if you are sick or caring for someone who is sick, a growing number of officials and health experts argue that people should wear masks to help prevent spread of the virus https://t.co/QdGmkeiooT
— CNN (@CNN) March 31, 2020
Johnson & Johnson said that it had made progress on a vaccine to prevent Covid-19 and that the product could be ready in early 2021 https://t.co/LSONBiAuJi
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) March 30, 2020
– 12 million gloves
– 130,000 N95 masks
– 1.7 million surgical masks
– 50,000 gowns
– 130,000 hand sanitizer units
– 36,000 thermometers pic.twitter.com/15qxPsafob
— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) March 30, 2020