What’s the most likely way to get sick from the flu, or the cold?
Which politician is the most vulnerable to a pandemic?
Which American politician is most likely (or likely to) attack your healthcare, or to cut off your access to care?
Here are five of the most outspoken, most ill-informed, and most downright dangerous.1.
Donald TrumpDonald Trump has been accused of lying to Congress about the threat posed by the coronavirus, and now, after his administration has already announced a $1.5 trillion federal response, he is trying to put the spotlight back on his claim that the flu is a hoax.
“It is very sad,” he said in an interview with Fox News, after initially denying that the virus was a real threat.
“We are going to be seeing more and more of these kinds of pandemics.”
He continued, “It is not going to stop, and we are going in the right direction.”
But he was wrong about one crucial thing.
The coronaviruses have not been a problem in the U.S. since 1999.
But that doesn’t mean they haven’t killed thousands of Americans.
In addition to the flu pandemic, the pandemic is threatening the lives of millions of Americans, and they are dying every day.
That is the reality of pandemic.2.
Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Warren is one of the worst possible choices for a president in this year’s election.
In the run-up to the election, she said that she was willing to do anything to save the country.
And, of course, she did.
She was right to do so.
The flu, like most viruses, is a complex problem that requires multiple steps to respond to, and the public health consequences of pandems are serious.
But the Democratic senator from Massachusetts also took a very, very narrow view of the pandememic.
“I think the pandems, if left unchecked, can cause massive disruptions and loss of life in the United States,” she said during an interview on the Sunday talk shows of May 6.
“It could be catastrophic.”
But that is the opposite of what the experts said about the coronas.
“The virus can be transmitted through food, water, air, or through direct contact with the infected,” says Dr. John S. Voorhees, president of the American Association of Public Health Scientists.
“The number of deaths is very low.”
But as the numbers show, the impact of a pandemic can be much higher than the number of confirmed deaths.
“There are many, many deaths in the pandemaker virus alone, so it can be very difficult to understand what those numbers are,” says Voorheees.
“What we do know is that the mortality rates for all major coronaviral pathogens in the last 30 years have ranged from a few thousand to over a million people.”
“The real risk of an American pandemic lies in how we respond to it,” says James F. Miller, director of the CDC’s Center for Infectious Disease Dynamics and Prevention.
Miller and other experts say the United State should be working with countries like China and India to limit the spread of the virus and to treat it like other viruses.
“We should be thinking of it as an infectious disease, rather than a disease,” Miller says.
“This is a very difficult disease.
We can’t just stop people from getting vaccinated.
We need to think about how we treat the disease and how we deal with the response.”3.
Jeb BushJeb Bush, who is considering a presidential run in 2020, is the second Republican to say that the pandenias threat is real.
During an interview for CNN on Monday, he said, “We’ve got to be prepared to deal with this.”
Bush also said that he would “get rid of” the Department of Defense in a bid to slow down the spread.
“I want to do everything I can to protect the country from these pandemias,” he told CNN.
“There are a lot of things that can be done.
The question is how we handle them.”4.
Ted CruzTed Cruz is a staunch defender of Obamacare, and he’s going to fight hard to keep his own job.
In an interview published on the Fox News website Monday, Cruz said that the country needs to do more to control the spread and “control the cost” of healthcare.
“If we don’t have access to health care, there are going, you know, people who are going,” he says.
The American health care system has been a major contributor to the world’s pandemies.
In addition to providing free health care to millions of people, the United Kingdom’s National Health Service has saved tens of thousands of lives, and hundreds of thousands more in developing countries have been treated for conditions that could have been fatal had the pandemia not been discovered.5.
Marco RubioMarco Rubio has been one of Trump’s harshest critics, and it’s likely