Covid Optimism: Could This Summer Be…Normal? | All In | MSNBC 1

Covid Optimism: Could This Summer Be…Normal? | All In | MSNBC


We’ve all been beat down by the virus. But Chris Hayes breaks down the evidence that some semblance of normalcy might be coming sooner than we think. Aired on 02/19/2021.
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Covid Optimism: Could This Summer Be…Normal? | All In | MSNBC


    1. Trumpy Koresh said it was a hoax. Half million deaths later, we now know there is nothing worse than Trumps trash leaderiship and Trumpism cults. Go lower your confederate flag for that junkie Rush

  1. We need to seriously consider postponing the second doses so we can double the speed we get this vaccine into arms.

    1. Agree with you there. And I like Joe’s plan. But we can’t force anyone. And ultimately nobody will be forced. Plenty of conservatives I know that already got vaccinated, and I haven’t yet.

  2. brilliantly said, ty mr hayes, except that warm weather doesn’t stop covid19, and there are still a number of anti-maskers out there.

    1. Actually warm weather does slow the spread in the sense that people are cooped up indoors less, where the greatest risk of transmission occurs.

    1. Yes, Successfully stolen in 2016 with the help of Russian cyberattacks, finally fixed in 2020. People are still dying of COVID, which our moronic ex president Trumpy Koresh called a hoax. Trumpism will be purged for this.

  3. Data has shown Americans are more likely to contract and die from Covid-19 than any other country.
    This is due to the high level of stupidity in America.

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