Based on the result of a poll which has conducted recently, we can see two third of the voters has already put their faith on Dr. Anthony Fauci over Trump when it comes to coronavirus related information.
Are you one of them who trusts Dr. Fauci? If yes, you must get to know some facts straight.
In an interview with PBS NewsHour, Dr. Fauci boasted about New York’s strong fight against Coronavirus and how powerful New York’s structure is.
“We know that, when you do it properly, you bring down those cases. We have done it. We have done it in New York,” he told PBS’s Judy Woodruff. “New York got hit worse than any place in the world. And they did it correctly.”
If you see the current scenario in New York, you won’t be able to be on the same page with Dr. Fauci. How can someone say that New York is a right model after seeing what happened there?
New York is definitely not an ideal example of fighting effectively against Coronavirus!
Let the evidence speak it’s language-
The Late Coming Of Lockdown In New York:
Just remember when President Trump issued the stay at home guidelines- 16nd March but, when Cuomo called lockdown in New York? It’s March 22nd which is six days after San Francisco and three days after the State Of California. The California has almost double the population of New York but California has not been hit as hard as New York. The total number of Coronavirus cases in New York is 411,006 where the total death is 32617. California, however, has had 380,487 cases and 7,660 deaths.
What’s The Actual Need Of New York-Clueless Cuomo!
Almost everyone is familiar with Cuomo’s public rifts with President Trump but the real-life situation clearly shows something totally different. Cuomo had no idea about how many ventilators his state actually needed. He ordered 30,000-40,000 ventilators when the state needed only 6,000. It created a funny drama when Cuomo directly accused Trump for not providing enough ventilators. Eventually, he admitted that New York had more than enough ventilators.
The Death Of Thousands of Nursing Home Residents:
On March 25th, Cuomo ordered Nursing Homes to admit patients regardless of their Coronavirus status and it was a significant mistake. We all know that elderly people have always been the more vulnerable to this virus. So allowing Covid’19 positive patients in the hospital is like spreading the virus knowingly- killing thousands of people.
Once this mandate came out in the public, national association of nursing home doctors raised their voiced against it warning the great risk for the residents in their nursing home.
A patient advocacy group called The Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths also warned Cuomo about it. As the number of death started taking its peak, Cuomo changed the policy silently so that the nursing home patients who died in Hospital were not counted as a death in nursing homes. The total number of nursing home patients account for 43 percent of the total coronavirus death.
The Subways Were Running But Late Cleaning Process:
The entire subway system of New York continued to run during the pandemic phase. No disinfecting process had taken place until 6th May. It was indeed a long time. The subways allowed the virus to get transmitted more rapidly.
The Wall street Journal’s Investigation:
Last month Wall Street Journal interviewed more than 90 front line working doctors, nurses, healthcare professionals, government employees and reviewed emails to explore what actually went wrong. The identified 7 crucial steps that were completely wrong.
Those are- improper patient transfers; insufficient isolation protocols; inadequate staff planning; mixed messages between state government, city government, and hospital officials; over-reliance on government sources for key equipment; procurement-planning gaps; and Incomplete staff-protection policies.
But, Dr.Fauci still thinks New York did things in a right way! So, it’s your call of judgment what you would consider the word called “right.”
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