Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins Says Fall Wuhan Outbreaks Will Be Much Smaller Virus Managed Like Common Flu


Today on Special Report, pubic health policy expert Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins said that typically novel viruses such as the wuhan come-back the following fall to cause only about a quarter to a third of the damage done the previous winter and spring, that therefore the wuhan in the fall will be treated more or less as the common flu, yet the fatalities by the wuhan this spring when added to the deaths by the common flus amount to less than the number killed during the worst flu seasons, more reason to say that the shutdown of the U. S. was done in response to a scare-hoax to hinder Trump’s reelection.