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Gottlieb Says Coronavirus Mitigation “Didn’t Work As Well As We Expected” In Reducing Cases

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Former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb told CBS’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday that coronavirus mitigation efforts have failed to prevent “persistent spread” of the virus and we may see more than 1,000 deaths every day for the coming months. “I think when you look out to the end of June, it’s probably the case that we’re going to get above 100,000 deaths nationally,” Gottlieb said. “We may be facing the prospect that 20,000, 30,000 new cases a day diagnosed becomes a new normal. And a thousand or more deaths becomes the new normal as well. Right now we’re seeing for about 30 days now, 30,000 cases a day and 2,000 deaths a day. If you factor in we’re probably diagnosing one in 10 infections, those 30,000 cases are really 300,000 cases.”

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