Big Apple Cases Decline
  • On Sunday Governor Cuomo addressed New York with the current state of the Coronavirus, for the first time hospitalization for Coronavirus patients trended downward while 75 percent of patients that required hospitalization had been discharged.
  • The president commented during his daily Coronavirus address that the drop was a “good sign,” he along with his Coronavirus task force member, Deborah Birx, felt that cases would stabilize in the coming week in metropolitan areas.
  • Another Coronavirus task force member had a different view, Dr. Fauci and Surgeon General Jerome Adams, called this week’s outlook “very bad” and “This is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment, our 9/11 moment.”
  • Governor Cuomo says it’s too early to tell if cases would be on the decline saying statisticians “will not give you a straight answer on anything…they don’t know.”
  • How do you feel about the current state of the Coronavirus? Do you think the United States has reached its peak or are we in for a grim week?