Bill Gates: I didnt expect America to perform so badly

 Bill Gates: I didnt expect America to perform so badly

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Fareed Zakaria, the host of the program, asked gates directly what he thought of the United States as the country with the lowest anti epidemic performance among developed countries. And gates replied bluntly, I didnt expect that we would be so bad. He said that although the United States has a very excellent CDC team, but the United States a variety of errors and political atmosphere make the test not carried out in time.

Gates said the U.S. travel ban is meaningless: compared with other countries, the United States has not implemented a nationwide blockade, and the enforcement is far less powerful than other countries, so we paid a huge price. This has not only brought death, but also cost us trillions of dollars in economic losses.

Zakaria compared the performance of the United States with that of Europe, and asked gates if he thought the loose blockade was the main cause of the spread of the epidemic in the United States. Gates affirmed this, and then he turned the corner and began to criticize the detection capability of the United States.

Gates said the U.S. testing measures are shocking, and he made a lot of comments, such as writing on the CDC website which categories of people need priority testing, but the U.S. government does not intend to improve and does not care at all. They just want to boast about how well they have done.

Gates also pointed out that the value of testing lies in timely detection, timely isolation, to avoid infecting people around, but many tests in the United States take three days to produce results, which greatly reduces the role of virus detection.

In an interview, Bill Gates criticized the virus detection in the United States

Zakaria asked gates how to change the situation from his point of view. Gates only said that the curve would drop over time, especially when young people naturally recovered, and they would be out of the chain of infection. He put more hope on vaccines and therapies, saying that if vaccines work, they can curb transmission and reduce infection rates, while effective therapies can reduce mortality.

Gates is relatively optimistic about vaccine development and manufacturing. He believes that the vaccine can be completed in the first half of 2021 at the latest, and may be completed by the end of this year at the earliest. But at the same time, we will lose hundreds of thousands of lives and trillions of our economy, Gates warned

Just on August 6, Anthony fouch, the top infectious disease expert in the United States, just criticized the virus testing in the United States. Like Bill Gates, Fudge thinks the current testing speed in the United States is too slow, and he suggests improvements to get results in two days. There is no excuse for this, it has to be done, fouch said

But U.S. President trump doesnt think so at all. Also on the 6th, trump told Fox News that 50% of the national tests are efficient.. Trump also boasted: our test is the best in the world ever. Everyone talks about it, and only the fake news dont like it.

But despite Trumps boasting and opinionated views, the United States is still the worlds worst affected country. The novel coronavirus pneumonia in Beijing was 5044435 cases in August 10th, and 162919 cases died in August 10th. According to Johns Hopkins University statistics, as of 9:34 am, 21:34 PM.

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