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Dr. Fauci Can't Explain Why Texas CÖVÌD Cases Keep Dropping Despite Reopening
Published: April 6, 2021
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Source: ZeroHedge


More than a month has passed since Texas Gov. Greg Abbott shocked the Faucis of the world by scrapping CÖVÌD-inspired restrictions on businesses and individuals, including removing the mask mandate. The decisions prompted Dr. Anthony Fauci and legions of public health "experts" to warn about the devastating consequences - thousands of unnecessary deaths would result, they said - however, as the data show, practically every metric has shown that the Lone Star State's outbreak has continued to recede, even as blue states like Michigan are seeing a new surge in infections (believed to be driven by "mutant" strains).


As epidemiologists everywhere have struggled to come up with an explanation, it's worth noting that Texans are dining out more, according to Opentable seatings, which have become a closely watched proxy for post-quarantine economic activity.
 

As experts have struggled to come up with a satisfying answer, Dr. Fauci was asked about the phenomenon during an interview on MSNBC Tuesday morning as the senior advisor to President Bıdɛn made the rounds. As MSNBC noted, "if you go to Texas...it looks like 2019... the restaurants are full...the ballparks are full..." and yet, cases have continued to tick downward.
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Dr. Fauci seemed dumbfounded. He first suggested that the surge in cases simply hadn't manifested yet because of a "lag". That might have made sense if the trend had only been in place for a week or two. But a month has passed, and Texas' positivity rate - the share of new tests that yield positive results, seen as a more accurate representation of community spread - has continued to fall.
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"It can be confusing because you may see a lag or a delay, because often you have to wait a few weeks...there's a lot of things that go into that," Dr. Fauci said.
"I'm not really sure, it could be because they're doing things outdoors, you know it's very difficult to just one-on-one compare that...I hope they continue to tick down, if they do that would be great. But there's always the concern that when you pull back on methods, particularly things like indoor dining, or bars that are crowded...you could see a delay, then all of a sudden cases tick back up."
"We've been fooled before with places opening up, then nothing happens, but all of a sudden a few weeks later cases explode on you."
He concluded by saying "we've got to be careful we don't prematurely judge" the situation in Texas.
For those who haven't been closely following the situation in Texas, 26 days have passed since the state "reopened 100%" with no mask mandate, and 34 days have passed since Gov. Abbott announced the reopening. The number of new cases, deaths, hospitalizations ICU occupancy and positivity rate have all fallen.

Source: NYT
The doctor then speculated that last night's packed Texas Rangers game might be a "super-spreader event" (like Sturgis? ... or The Super Bowl party in Miami?).
Dr. Fauci has already rejected the CDC Director Walensky's "impending doom" rhetoric, and on Tuesday, he told CNBC that "as long as we keep vaccinating people efficiently and effectively, I don't think [a fourth wave] is gonna happen."
However, "that doesn't mean we're not going to still see an increase in cases."
Meanwhile, the Whιte House announced Tuesday that it's moving up its target date for all American adults to be eligible to receive a ναccιnє to April 19, two weeks earlier than its prior stated goal. Already, the government has doled out nearly 150M doses.

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I suspect Texans aren't rushing to get ναccιnαted either, right?
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I suspect Texans aren't rushing to get ναccιnαted either, right?
Unfortunately there are PLENTY of Texans lining up for the experimental gene therapy.
Including many "smart" ones, professionals, and conservatives.
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There are libtards moving into Texas from California.  My friend’s daughter, son in law and children moved from California to Texas and just took the j&j jab.  After I gave medical info supplying facts.  These people won’t listen at all.  

We have friends who took the jab and try to get us to get the jab.  I don’t want to be friends with them anymore because of their lack of trust in God.  
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It is great news that Texas cases drop. 
Don’t get contaminated test and don’t wear masks equal healthier people. 

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Here is a previous post of mine from yesterday that needs to be reread again, and again:

https://www.cathinfo.com/members-only/mask-wearing-represents-fear-and-blind-obedience-not-science/

I lived in Texas for 7 years and many of natives are very independent minded meaning their opinions do not come from
the media and foxnews.

Many of the newcomers coming in from such failed states as California. I lived in California most of my life. I saw
California go from a Conservative State to a very liberal state. I believe their is no statewide Republican holding
and office in California. Many of the newcomers are bringing their failed state politics with them.

Here in Colorado that was a very Conservative State and now taken completely over by the liberals.  And no
Republican holding statewide office.

It cannot be denied that the gains made by the Liberals and lҽϝƚιsƚs is by the use of outright ɛƖɛctıon fraud and
organizing illegal aliens, migrants, immigrants, blacks, and latino voters by spreading fear among them if you do not
vote for us you will be deported.

I know that this thread is about masks and they represent only blind obedience to a failed state that will eventually
collapse because they cannot last in the long run. The failed state becomes totalitarian as it struggles to survive.


 

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