Wuhan Test Positivity Rate Nationally is Now Half of April’s Peak & Declining Says President Trump Today at Briefing


During April at the peak of the wuhan pandemic in the U. S., about 16% of those tested for the wuhan (with symptoms or without) were positive for the virus, and now the national average is half of that, down to about 8% of those tested (with symptoms or without), which is not a sure indicator that the pandemic is on the wane, yet when you consider too that perhaps 120,000,000 Americans have been infected, herd immunity may be near, as already seems to be the case in the Northeast.