Health Officials Expect Return of Coronavirus in Fall: Trump Disagrees


Trump downplays risk of coronavirus rebound

by Brianna Ehley/Politico

President Donald Trump on Wednesday confidently downplayed the risks of a second wave of the coronavirus outbreak in the fall that his own health officials say is almost certain to hit.

“If it comes back though, it won’t be coming back in the form that it was, it will be coming back in smaller doses that we can contain,” Trump said during a White House press briefing, adding that “it’s also possible it doesn’t come back at all.”

Top administration health officials at the same briefing warned of a return of the virus in the fall, though expressed confidence that the country would be more prepared to contain a second wave.

Redfield repeated his warnings that if the two viruses are circulating at the same time it could make it harder for the health care system to respond, …read more:

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