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👀 "The next 6 to 12 weeks are going to be the darkest of the entire pandemic. Vaccines will not become available in any meaningful way until early to third quarter of next year." -- Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research, on Meet the Press

Trump says he doesn't think we will have a "dark winter." Michael Osterholm, a renowned infectious disease expert, told NBC’s “Meet the PressSunday that “the next six to 12 weeks are going to be the darkest of the entire pandemic.” #Debates2020 

CDC expert warns the 'darkest' time of the Pandemic ,will be the holidays. Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota told NBC's 'Meet the Press' that he thinks the worst is yet to come.

“What’s happening in the Upper Midwest is just a harbinger of things to come in the rest of the country,” said Michael Osterholm, an infectious-diseases expert at the University of Minnesota. (via @palafo )

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Dr. Michael Osterholm, Dir. of Ctr for Infectious Disease Research at the U. of Minn. on @MeetThePress : “The next 6 to 12 weeks are going to be the darkest of the entire pandemic. Vaccines will not become available in any meaningful way until early to 3rd quarter of next year.”

Michael Osterholm, an expert at the University of Minnesota, stressed that a lack of public confidence is largely to blame.

QOTD @mtosterholm  “The only difference between fiction and reality is that fiction has to make sense." —Tom Clancy to Dr. Michael Osterholm His core point is ignore the ‘reality’ in the White House, and focus on the pandemic raging and growing across US in this ‘COVID Year’.

Just spoke with Dr. Michael Osterholm. He says given the timing of symptoms of Ms. Hicks, the President and the First Lady, it's unlikely Ms. Hicks gave the @realDonaldTrump  #COVID19 . Instead, he feels they all may have contracted the virus from another source. @kare11 

On Monday morning, host @KerriMPR  will be joined by Minnesota’s infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm to discuss the latest science and policy surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Tune into MPR News at 9 a.m. Monday.

What happens when we have a COVID-19 vaccine? In an excerpt from Foreign Affairs’ virtual issue launch event, Michael Osterholm outlines the key steps in vaccine development and deployment:


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Infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm says he is "dumbfounded" by the CDC's new guidance recommending fewer people be tested, adding that they made the decision "under the cover of night."

Dr. Michael Osterholm says that if the US doesn't extinguish "most of the virus activity by doing a hard lockdown and then letting our foot off the brake ever so slowly ... what we're seeing right now will seem as if it's just another day at the park."

The pandemic has often been treated as a political issue, but epidemiologist Michael Osterholm says that the risks supersede partisanship. "Eventually there won't be any blue states or red states," he says. "It'll all be COVID colored."

This is a frightening but useful interview about #coronavirus  with Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH, a well-regarded expert in infectious disease epidemiology.

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The stakes are high, and expert, scientific opinion is far more valuable than political opinion. I’m pleased to announce that Dr. Michael Osterholm and Dr. Samir Bhatt, two international experts in epidemiology, will be advising NY on our progress and our metrics.

"Red and blue will dissolve during the course of this pandemic into one color called COVID," says infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Osterholm. "This virus will not miss one community. It will not miss one county. It won't miss one state."

“We don’t have a plan.” Twice in five minutes, I heard this phrase from health care experts: Dr. Michael Osterholm of Univ of Minnesota, and Beth Cameron, who ran the NSC pandemic response unit before it was absorbed into other units under Trump.

Infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm says people are approaching the coronavirus outbreak "like a Minneapolis blizzard, where if we just hunker down for a couple days ... we'll get through. This is really much more like a coronavirus winter."

Wuhan Virus: Dr. Michael Osterholm says this Coronavirus outbreak will last for months to come, and between 20-60% of the U.S. population will become infected. #KAG2020  #AmericaFirst  #Dobbs