Scott Gottlieb, the former director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, warned on the 6th that the current situation of the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States is very bad, but the epidemic may get worse in the coming weeks, and the death toll will surge.
On the 6th, Scott Gottlieb, the former director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, said in an interview with CBS that the epidemic in the United States will worsen in the next four to six weeks, and the number of hospitalizations and deaths will peak in January next year. He predicts that the number of new coronavirus deaths in the United States every day may reach nearly 4,000 by January next year.
Scott Gottlieb, former director of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration: I think the death toll in the United States may reach about 300,000 by the end of this year, and the death toll may reach 400,000 by the end of January next year. We will see that the daily death toll continues to be about 2,000. As we enter the peak of January next year, we will see more than 3,000 deaths every day, and may even close to 4,000 deaths every day. So before the epidemic begins to ease,