In a March 6 article entitled, "Exclusive: The Strongest Evidence Yet That America Is Botching Coronavirus Testing," writers Robinson Meyer and Alexis C. Madrigal "reveal" that the CDC hasn't exactly been forthcoming with the American public about how many people the agency is testing for the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19), how many cases there are, and how serious the whole situation is turning out to be. In fact, the CDC is engaged in what we can only describe as a mass coverup of the truth, hence why tens of millions of Americans are still completely in the dark about what's transpiring.
The Atlantic points out some of the major disparities, which we previously pointed out, between what the federal government is saying it's doing, or going to do, and what's actually happening. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Stephen Hahn, for instance, recently promised that nearly one million tests for the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) would be performed "by the end of this week," while Vice President Mike Pence tossed out a "roughly 1.5 million tests" figure, which all sounds nice except for the fact that this didn't actually happen.
Meyer and Madrigal correctly point out in their article that the actual number of Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) tests that have been conducted across our land "has fallen short of those projections, despite extraordinarily high demand." "The Atlantic could only verify that 1,895 people have been tested for the coronavirus in the United States, about 10 percent of whom have tested positive," they add, noting that "local officials can still test only several thousand people a day, not the tens or hundreds of thousands indicated by the White House's promises."
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The Atlantic actually went to very great lengths to verify this data, reportedly calling the public health departments of all 50 states and the District of Columbia. They also analyzed official statistics published online, as well as spoke with dozens of state officials, all of which led to one conclusion: That the government is systematically withholding the truth about its utter lack of testing, whether willful or due to inadequate capacity.
"The net effect of these choices is that the country's true capacity for testing has not been made clear to its residents," The Atlantic article laments. "This level of obfuscation is unexpected in the United States, which has long been a global leader in public-health transparency ... The figures we gathered suggest that the American response to the coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, has been shockingly sluggish, especially compared with that of other developed countries."
It's nice to see at least one mainstream media outlet catch up to what we've been saying all along. Our hope is that more of them will soon recognize the complete and total failure of the system to handle this crisis in a way that actually seeks to protect the public against arguably the worst global emergency-in-progress that the world has ever seen.
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