"It would be counterproductive from my point of view, from a public health point of view, just in containing the epidemic, if there was an emotional response, to say, ‘Let’s close the schools,'" CDC robert redfield'>Director Robert Redfield said.
“In some areas, we are going to see the health care system overwhelmed," says CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield as Covid-19 hospitalizations surge around the US. Americans can slow the spread by practicing safety precautions, like wearing masks, he added.
CDC robert redfield'>Director Robert Redfield on guidance for holiday gatherings amid COVID-19: “Knowing that this is an important holiday, we really advise people to reconsider about traveling... [and] to limit themselves to small gatherings of individuals that actually live in the same home.”
CDC director Robert Redfield said that when a vaccine becomes available, it will first be distributed to “nursing-home residents and then some combination of health-care providers and individuals at high risk for a poor outcome”
WOW. @RepKatiePorter , to CDC robert redfield'>Director Robert Redfield: "Will you commit to invoking your existing authority under 42CFR71.30 to provide for coronavirus testing for every American regardless of insurance coverage?" She got him to say yes.
CDC robert redfield'>Director Robert Redfield this morning: “This is the greatest public health crisis to hit this nation in a century,” he said. “We were underprepared.”
Centers for Disease Control Robert Redfield:”We’re seeing, sadly, far greater suicides now than we are deaths from Covid. We’re seeing far greater deaths from drug overdose, that are above excess, than we had as background, than we are seeing deaths from Covid.” Why no coverage?
After CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield was asked why people who wanted coronavirus tests weren’t getting them, Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke up and said, “It is a failing. I mean, let’s admit it."