REACTION to the “hospital beds will be overrun by May 8th” story that’s getting widespread coverage: Our model shows May 30th may be a better estimate

Sunday, March 8, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Mike Adams
NaturalNews.com
Saturday, March 07, 2020

Saturday morning I was about to write this story about how hospital beds would be overrun by mid to late May, when I discovered someone else had beat me to the punch. A Zero Hedge story, linked by Drudge, cites Liz Specht (@LizSpecht), who has a PhD in biology and works at the Good Food Institute. She lays out the math which explains why hospital beds will be overrun by around May 8th.

You can find that story here. It’s a good read, of course, and it largely parallels my own pandemic projection model that I published several days earlier.

I also find it confirming that other PhDs are coming to same same mathematical conclusions I’ve reached as a food scientist and published science author myself. It turns out that all the really smart science nerds are reaching the same conclusion on this: It’s gonna be way, way worse than any mainstream source is admitting.

My own model, detailed at this link, predicts the following situation for May 8th if nothing is done to stop this projection (i.e. if no harsh travel restrictions are put in place):

174,362 actively infectious Americans
– Exactly cumulative 15,000 deaths in America
121,848 recovered Americans who are no longer infectious

The Rest…HERE

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