Stanford professor claims coronavirus death rate 'likely orders of magnitude lower' than first thought Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Stanford University professor of medicine Dr. Jay Bhattacharya told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Tuesday that he believes the actual death rate from the coronavirus pandemic is "likely orders of magnitude lower than the initial estimates." "Per case, I don't think it's as deadly as people thought," Bhattacharya told host Tucker Carlson. " ... The World Health Organization put an estimate out that was, I think, initially 3.4 percent.
Coronavirus cancels Louisiana primary but March 17 states are still on and planning a 'clean' vote Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., says Congress will pass a bill to help families fight coronavirus. Louisiana's chief elections officer, Kylse Ardoin, asked the governor on Friday to postpone April's presidential primary election due to the spread of coronavirus, but the four states holding contests on Tuesday are proceeding -- albeit with caution.. Ardoin, Louisana's secretary of state, said he wants to delay the April 4 primary until June 20. The request was expedited to the office of Gov.
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