By Theodore Shoebat
A recent report from NPR says that at the death rate we are currently seeing in the US on account of coronavirus, the death count will be at 100,000 by May:
The confirmed number of Americans who have now died from the coronavirus is about 80,000. At a rate of 1,000 to 2,000 deaths per day, the U.S. would surpass 100,000 deaths from COVID-19 between May 21 and May 31. The country’s curve has plateaued, but it appears to have a long tail. And that flattening is masked by New York and New Jersey’s daily new cases coming down, because new cases are on the rise in other places.
If the death count reaches this number it will show the necessity for quarantines, because without a quarantine the death count would be a lot higher.