CoronaVirus Death Toll in U. S. Continues Extremely Low Only 40 After Two Months of Exposure Spring Looking Good


There was unencumbered travel between China and the U. S. for two months while the coronavirus was spreading in Wuhan province until president Trump imposed the travel ban from China on Jan. 31st, and now, six weeks after that, the death toll stands at just 40 people, despite probably many thousands infected, which could be a testament to the fine emergency care provided in the U. S.