New York ER Doctor Says Reopen America Now

"As of 1:00 pm April 7 the Covid-19 arrivals slowed down"

"The way this transpired tells me the ebb and flow had more to do with the natural course of the outbreak than it did the lockdown."

Read the full article HERE. Dr. Daniel Murphy who is chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx explained his position in an article in the New York Post.

He noted The Curve is Flattening, the wave has crested. Non Covid care has plummeted - which is bad, his ER normally sees 240 patients daily but now the average is about 100. This means patients are afraid to come to the ER for non Covid treatment, growing numbers of people are dying at home. Covid Fear is over-amplified, the public needs to know that the vast majority of infected people do quite well.Covid is more prevalent than you know, many New Yorkers have been infected whether they know it or not. Over 43% of those tested in the Bronx are infected.

"Distancing works, but I am skeptical that it is playing as predominant a role as many think."