Fauci Delivers Blunt Assessment of U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll: ‘We’ve Done Worse Than Most Any Other Country’

‘I think these numbers are so stunning’


FAUCI: “Certainly of it. But not this bad, George, I mean, if you look back historically, we’ve done worse than any other country and we’re a highly developed rich country, so there were things back then if you go back and think about what you might have done, the kind of desperate responses of different states rather than having a unified approach, but you know, it’s so tough to go back and try to do a metaphorically autopsy on things went. It was just bad. It is bad now. I think these numbers are so stunning, George, remember back in the late winter and early spring of 2020 when we were saying we could get as high as 240,000 and people were thinking, we were being hype bollic about it and here we are 500,000 deaths. Just a stunning figure. One thing that I would encourage all of us, rather than looking back and saying what the heck happened here, just go guard and be completely committed as a unified country to go at this together, this is a common enemy. We’ve all got to pitch in. We’re in some good shape now with the vaccines.”

(Via Mediaite)

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