Most US Covid deaths ‘could have been mitigated’ after first 100,000, Birx says

Most US Covid deaths ‘could have been mitigated’ after first 100,000, Birx says

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Former coronavirus taskforce coordinator tells CNN deaths could have been prevented if Trump administration acted sooner

The “vast majority” of the almost 550,000 coronavirus deaths in the US could have been prevented if Donald Trump’s administration had acted earlier and with greater conviction, according to one of the public health experts charged with leading the pandemic response at the time.

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