As we continue to stay at home and follow social distancing guidelines President Donald Trump has said at a recent press conference that there is “light at the end of the tunnel.” As usual, he’s been right.
A recent article out of New York states that for multiple days in a row now their hospitals have discharged more COVID-19 patients than they have had. This is a big deal because this state was hit the hardest by the CCP virus pandemic. This has also been the case for many hospitals. The number of daily discharges surpassing daily admissions.
Another example is out of France where they have reported fewer CoronaVirus deaths in their most recent 24-hour period.
Italy, one of the countries to get hit hardest, outside of China, has reported a drop in new ICU cases for the first time since the pandemic began. Their outbreak has reached a plateau in which their numbers will begin to go down. This also is supported by the fact that their strict lockdown measures were respected by all of its citizens.
Germany has had a low rate of infection and death, also reporting three straight days of fewer CoronaVirus cases.
Spain has had an intense time during all of this being that their residents have been in a near total lockdown for months but even they have had some encouraging news. The Financial Times reports that Spain has marked its third straight daily drop in the number of people who have died after contracting CoronaVirus as the spread of the virus in the country slows.
As the U.S rate of CoronaVirus cases peak, we can take it as a reflection from other countries that the numbers will reach a plateau then slowly begin to drop.
It’s still interesting to see the Liberals hush all of this and continue to instill fear in the lives of Americans everywhere. Good news is never reported anymore. The Press reflect clickbait garbage as they quote staggering numbers of performed CoronaVirus tests but never the fact that most come back negative for individuals and only a handful test positive.
“Things are happening,” Trump said during a White House coronavirus task force briefing. “We’re starting to see light at the end of the tunnel. And hopefully in the not too distant future we’ll be very proud of the job we all did. You can never be happy when so many people are dying, but we’re going to be very proud of the job we did to keep the death down to an absolute minimum.” Vice President Pence has identified “glimmers of hope,” and even Corona Virus response coordinator Deborah Birx said data from Italy was giving the U.S. “hope for what our future could be.”
The Trump Administration extended social distancing guidelines through the end of April that urge Americans to avoid gatherings of more than 10 people and maintain a distance of six feet or more from other individuals. President Trump also offered optimism about the economy being able to reopen in a matter of weeks instead of months. He continues to defend his positive attitude against a mob of angry press and wants to bring hope to the American people.
“I want to be positive. I don’t want to be negative,” Trump said last week.