The United States now has the most confirmed cases of the CCP virus in the world, with 139,700 cases and over 2,400 deaths. New York state alone has had more than 1,000 deaths. Italy’s death toll is now over 10,000, making it the highest in the world. President Trump extended social distancing guidelines until April 30, and U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin says Americans could expect stimulus checks to arrive in three weeks.
We all know the U.S. has not reached the peak of this pandemic, yet its numbers have already surpassed China’s official numbers by a large margin. China locked down Wuhan on Jan. 24. Before that, they did nothing. China’s first case may have appeared back in November. Does China really have a much smaller outbreak than the U.S.?
Jack Maxey, co-host of War Room: Pandemic, joins us to discuss these important questions.