A new study reports national and universal mask wearing would most likely have prevented 83,000 Covid-19 death and still could prevent about 130,000 deaths due to Covid.

THIRD DAY FOR VIRUS TO HIT RECORD NUMBERS

In the US, there is no national mask wearing or other Pandemic plan and President Trump has often publicly downplayed the Pandemic; lied about the virus surging across the US and about massive numbers of deaths occurring as he mocks those who wear masks.

Diane Lilli
11/7/20

New cases of Covid-19 are raging across America, with a record number of infections reported again for a 3rd straight day. On Friday, 132,700 new cases were reported in the US. 

Along with these surging new virus cases comes a grim accessory: over 1,000 deaths in one day. This is the 4th day in a row so many deaths have occurred due to Covid-19. In total, the death count due to the virus on Friday, November 6 was 1,220.

As the record breaking new cases and deaths of the virus continue to overwhelm hospitals and families across the US. 17 states reported record breaking numbers of new infections as Kansas, South Dakota, Utah and Nebraska broke their own virus death records with surges of Covid-19.

In the US, there is no national mask wearing or other Pandemic plan and President Trump has often publicly downplayed the Pandemic; lied about the virus surging across the US and about  massive numbers of deaths occurring as he mocks those who wear masks.

The CDC is warning everyone to wear masks; forsake in-person gatherings at home indoors and social distance.

The new predictions for US deaths is at 500,000 by mid-March, 2021.

Contrary to science and facts about Covid-19,  the White House science advisor Dr. Scott W. Atlas shocked the world when he tweeted that masks are ineffective. Twitter took down the erroneous tweet calling it, correctly, misinformation.

A new study reports national and universal mask wearing would most likely have prevented 83,000 Covid-19 death and still could prevent about 130,000 deaths due to Covid.

Updates to follow.