Laurie Garrett Warns ‘We Don’t Assess The Science Properly’ | Deadline | MSNBC 1

Laurie Garrett Warns ‘We Don’t Assess The Science Properly’ | Deadline | MSNBC

 

Health policy analyst Laurie Garrett remarks that the U.S. collects data in a haphazard way that hinders the country’s decision-making around covid, making mitigation more difficult especially as new variants begin to spread. Aired on 02/16/2021.
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36 comments

    1. Hello friend. Long time no see! I guess you took a break from bashing Donald tRump. It’s nice every once in a while to take a break & step back from the .bastardo. I’m olde school and loved PAC Man.

    2. @Baby tRump Glad to heard from you too and I’ve been bashing Diaper Don on other outlets besides here. Stay safe.

    1. Hardly left my home going on a year just waiting to leave America to get to my REAL home as far away from here as possible.

    2. If you don’t have hobbies, why don’t you start one now?
      Life will never go back to what it was so work with what/whom you have and/or can.

    1. You also have idiots allowing their dogs to use other people’s property as a bathroom, despite the fact that pets can get, and spread, Covid.

    2. @Deborah Freedman pretty sure the R0 (R-naught) hasn’t been effected by dog crap. Unless of course you’re doing something weird with it.

    3. So what makes you think wearing masks will stop the virus? Certainly not any studies done in the 40 years preceding 2020. They virtually all conclude the wearing masks or not wearing masks has no effect on viral transmission. Also: See Danish Study 2020 which shows only a statistically insignificant benefit of only 0.3% A FAR CRY from the oft-claimed but never proven statement that masks protect up to 50% of transmission.

  1. Thank you for uploading, but unfortunately the entire interview was cut short. I greatly respect Nicolle, all at DEADLINE, and always tune in when Laurie is on to speak, but feel I missed some important info. Is it possible to repost in entirety?

  2. Trump knew it was Deadly Feb 7th ,,,and did Absolutely NOTHING to Prepare,,NOPPE,NO VENTILATORS,NO PLAN etc…But he did Play Golf and Held Rallies until the Shutdown!

  3. If they were smart, they’d enlist the help of university computer science departments to help with data gathering. I bet they’d do a better job than the agencies who are still running Windows 95.

    1. From someone who has over 30 yrs IT experience, I’d rather be running Win95 than Win10. What a piece of crap! Win95 and Win7 were the best, stable releases.

  4. Laurie said “Darn”. The world is coming to an end.
    Meantime I’ve been away from my house three times for non-medical reasons since March last.

  5. Nicolle, see a photo of me assisting education to teach Ebola protocol at the VA hospital in Louisville.
    I co-developed Ebola protocol there.
    I predicted this pandemic about 6 years ago.

  6. Gee, we stuffed up testing. In the beginning, certainly, but the entire testing situation remains FUBAR.

    Contact tracing *never* materialized. Certainly within the realm of reason given the tsunami of infections.

    Vaccine rollout was broken from the outset.

    Now we’re hearing that the U.S. conducts genomic surveillance at less than 1%, while the rates in other developed nations approach or exceed 25%. The result? We don’t find what we’re not looking for.

    Shocker. Not!

  7. and if you want to create more fear,you come up with[find]more strains,which we already know that there are and have been many.Could you please talk about the best therapeutics that are currently being used at home and in hospital?

  8. “We don’t have the DATA” but some how made a vaccine. This is America how don’t we not have the resources to find mutations?

    1. Well, the Pfizer vaccine was developed by scientists in Germany using mostly German and EU money. When it got approved it somehow became an American vaccin so Trump could claim credit.

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