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Why Dr. Jha Is Very Hopeful About March | Deadline | MSNBC


Dean of Brown University’s School of Public Health, Dr. Ashish Jha, speaks to Nicolle Wallace about the ‘unimaginable’ toll of losing 500,000 American lives to the covid pandemic, and why he is optimistic that the speed of vaccinations will pick up. Aired on 02/22/2021.
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  1. Most of that 500,000 were 75+ years of age, and at the end of their life span. Just a fact, that might offend your emotions.

    1. Those people deserve to live too. How can you be so heartless? 75 years is not the end of many people’s life span.

    2. Life is life it don’t matter if your old or young there is still a value to it for someone to actually think there isnt really don’t value their own

    1. @William H Cuomo is a differant subject what makes me wonder is most in nursing homes are placed there by their family some have no family but those who do what is their part in leaving them behind….I pulled my mother from her home and there were cases with deaths later …why did some leave their loved one behind?

    1. Actually we will never forget that a crazed mob of Trump Followers jacked up on meth attacked our Capitol and attempted a coup to install their loser leader as a dictator. And assassinate Congress. So get over it.


    1. Yea and just wait they have seen how inept we are now in handling a virus what’s to make them decide to move to biological warfare now…TRUMP really screwed this country in more ways than people know

    1. Congratulations your own stupidity and delusions are your oxygen. L’chaim from Jacova born March 11…in Bethlehem. Jew hater you are

  2. Why is she saying the US is the worst with COVID when the US is fifth in deaths per capita (UK is first)? The US isn’t even in the top 15 in case-fatality (Germany, UK, Italy are in the top 10).

  3. There is a bit over 330 million living in the US. Covid-19 has a death ratio of about 1%, so 500k is not that bad. It means that less then 7% of the population has been infected. Sure it could have been better, especially as big parts of USA has a very low population density. The spread of the virus could have almost been non existent in the central parts.

    1. I bet you failed, or never took, stats in high school or college. You are doing really bad math there, just so ya know.

    2. Of course..you don’t care unless it’s your loved one. You are a callous ingrate. Congratulations burning crosses and chants of Jews will not replace us is your thing. Jesus of Nazareth was jewish . You would frog March him to a death camp and claim you were just following orders. L’chaim from Jacova born March 11…in Bethlehem

  4. Jesus Christ, the Son of God, died for our sins, He was buried and resurrected on the third day.
    Believe on Him to be saved.

  5. As bad as the US did with coronavirus, it is not the worst in the world on a per capita death rate. The UK, Italy, Belgium and several other countries have done worse.

    It is important that we get back to truth in reporting and in politics.

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