Saving Lives And Jobs
Last updated 8/3/2020 at 2:42pm
Last week, the United States reached a tragic milestone – 150,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. What is more horrific is that thousands of those deaths were avoidable.
From July 21-27, the U.S. recorded 463,109 new cases of COVID-19. By comparison, China reported 231 new cases and South Korea, which recorded its first COVID-19 case the same day as the U.S., reported 404.
The reasons for the disparity are primarilly twofold: a coherent national response and unified society that follows government mandates and the advice of medical experts.
From the very beginning, there has been n...