President Donald Trump was speaking to millions of Americans this week when he mentioned the possibility of life and the economy going ‘back to normal’ by Easter. However, the staggering numbers of unemployment claims are now suggesting otherwise… But were the figures predicted in the beginning of the pandemic even accurate?
Neil Ferguson is a scientist at the Imperial College of London, and it was his forecast figures that predicted the high number of cases and deaths to be expected in the U.K. and U.S. Even just last week, he co-authored a report that described the coronavirus as “a virus with comparable lethality to H1N1 influenza in 1918.” But now, Ferguson may be thinking otherwise. read more