Laurie Garrett Is ‘Terrified’ Of The Covid Death Toll In The Coming Months | Deadline | MSNBC

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Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and MSNBC science contributor Laurie Garrett explains the difference in covid policies between the US and the UK, and warns of the difficult times the next 6-8 weeks will bring. Aired on 1/4/2021.
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Laurie Garrett Is ‘Terrified’ Of The Covid Death Toll In The Coming Months | Deadline | MSNBC

37 Comments on "Laurie Garrett Is ‘Terrified’ Of The Covid Death Toll In The Coming Months | Deadline | MSNBC"

  1. José de Jesus | January 4, 2021 at 7:02 PM | Reply

    To me, Laurie is better than Dr. Fauci! God Bless her!!!

  2. WhiteBuffalo Designs | January 4, 2021 at 7:10 PM | Reply

    The US has totally failed the American people in regards to covid-19.
    Texas courts are allowing evictions of at risk seniors and anyone else that hits the court dockets.

  3. The Oxford Shot is $3.

  4. Also what these other countries have is leadership, which we will finally get on Jan. 20th in Biden and Harris. Right now we have NO leadership in this country.

  5. Charlie Joe Weir | January 4, 2021 at 7:24 PM | Reply

    Temporarily shut down the airlines to reduce the national spread of covid-19. This was done after the 911 attack for safety reasons. The airlines get federal funding aid anyway. American could still drive since gas is cheaper but it should reduce risks and spreading.

  6. She tells it like it really is, and then look at king tRump nothing

  7. Just a point from the UK.We aren’t running out of vaccine; we’ve opted to give the first dose as priming dose to as many people as possible, with the second dose given 12 weeks later.The Oxford vaccine is more stable than that of Pfizer, being made in the UK Itself , making it cheaper, easier to store – at conventional medical fridge temperatures-and therefore much easier to transport; its also as effective as Pfizer. Secondly, the virus variant did not originate in the UK, but was first picked up by UK testing labs and the alarm was raised to alert the world. As I understand it, new variant covid originated in Belgium. If the variant has been detected in the US, the politicisation of existing attitudes to the original strain is, I fear,only going to make matters worse given its highly transmissible nature. I urge you all to keep safe; wear a mask, maintain good hand hygiene, and socially distance;protect yourself, your loved ones, and the health system that cares for you.Above all else, get vaccinated the moment the opportunity presents itself. It’s the one hope we have globally of escaping this never ending nightmare.

  8. 7 days he spent in intensive care after Thanksgiving, with the Coronavirus, just MIGHT cause my trumpie brother to wear a mask. I doubt it though.

  9. Nichole Wallace needs to be prime time

  10. Masks, gloves, expectorant style cough syrup, pain killers for body aches, LOW dose vitamin D, sing or laugh heartily as often as possible.
    Please! Make sure you live through this! YOU MATTER!

    • lol — what a lie – everyone will live through this unless you are dying of something else

    • @good news The families of 1.8 million people worldwide who lost loved ones would disagree with you… as do I.

    • @tquist61 that statistic is misleading at best and you know it —- but hey the flu is down 98% – good grief — use your noggin

    • @good news Most respitory viruses can be prevented with a mask 😷, that includes the flu, which is not as infectious anyway, and has been greatly reduced.

  11. I kinda why people choose to live in an alternate reality. The truth is terrifying.

  12. cattus lavandula | January 4, 2021 at 7:35 PM | Reply

    Israel has not quite 9 million people along with national health policies and blanket medical coverage.

  13. Herr Frankenstein | January 4, 2021 at 7:41 PM | Reply

    1918 influenza pandemic related deaths in the US: 675,000 … 361,891 Covid 19 related deaths so far… Help everyone you can

  14. That was a nice segment. LG made very clear comparisons and I love it when science people use hands to explain things.

  15. We desperately need a national plan . Enough insanity already .

  16. Thought Dec was bad? Yeah, Jan and Feb are going to be “you ain’t seen nothin yet” as the virus says “hold my beer, watch this.”
    Meanwhile, little donnie fiddles as the USA burns and his crazies torch vaccine supplies. We are already going to pass WW2 deaths,
    and we may pass 1918. 100 years of medical advancements gummed up by poor leadership.

  17. I may keep her home for virtual learning for a while.

  18. Elizabeth Connelly | January 4, 2021 at 10:57 PM | Reply

    My sincere, heartfelt condolences to all who have lost loved ones. This virus is shining a light on the US’s shortcomings. The US needs to look to other countries and LEARN AND CHANGE.

  19. Vaccine manufacturers have


    In case of injury or death caused by vaccines

  20. The same number of people died in 2020 as in 2018 and 2019. Source: CDC. Hospitals are full every year. Nothing new except that now MSM is hyping it.

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