Dr. Tom Inglesby, director of the Center for Health Security at Johns Hopkins University, warned that events such as President Trump’s campaign rally and ongoing protests over George Floyd’s death could bring about an increase in coronavirus cases, but noted that he does not believe that lockdowns are necessary to combat spikes. States such as Florida, Texas and Arizona have seen significant increases in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations after they took steps to reopen their economies, but Inglesby told “Fox News Sunday” that this does not mean states must revert to shutting down again. “I don’t think we need to go into lockdown in these places,” Inglesby said, noting that different states have different circumstances. He did suggest that governors take the lead in providing guidance for people to take steps that will help, such as social distancing and wearing masks. “They should also be really strongly encouraging people, leaders should be encouraging people to use the tools that we know work,” Inglesby said. “We should be encouraging people to wear face coverings, to stay at a distance, to avoid large gatherings, to use hand sanitizer or wash your hands. And those are things that we know work, and leaders really should, I think, double down and be communicating that across the country.”
Soo.. To be clear.. Dr. Inglesby is saying we do NOT need to shut the country down again, if there is another spike. He’s saying just do the social distancing, wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, wear face masks…the usual. Imagine that! Keep this in mind the next time you hear some liberal media personality or Democrat politician (who, btw, didn’t say anything during the all of th protests/riots) wring their hands about Trump rallies and such. For more, click on the text above.