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During an interview on Sunday morning on CNN’s “State of the Union” Program, Azar talked about the impact of the coronavirus on areas that have started to open back up.
“We are seeing that in places that are opening, we’re not seeing this spike in cases. We still see spikes in some areas that are in fact close to very localized situations.”
– Alex Azar
Azar also addressed the impact that could result if states didn’t start opening up their economies. Many U.S. citizens have been forced to postpone elective surgeries and procedures. Routine screenings for cancer, heart and kidney disease have also been postponed.
If places don’t start opening backup there could be a whole new health crisis of people dying from not having proper medical treatment.
“These are very localized determinations. There should not be a one size fits all to reopening but reopen we must because it’s not health versus the economy. It’s health versus healthy,”
“Whether it’s the suicidality rates, or cardiac procedures not being received, cancer screenings, pediatric vaccinations declining,” he told CNN. “All of these are critical health needs that are part of reopening the economy.”
– Alex Azar
States that refuse to reopen need to start considering the potential dangers of staying closed. People are being forced to stay at home, but at what cost. How many lives will be destroyed or ended due to government leaders enforcing unconstitutional orders?
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