Compare these two data from the United States, and think about it!

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Original title: Compare these two data in the United States, think carefully!

White House: The U.S. has tested 1.3 million new coronaviruses and received 660,000 test reports.

“I still missed 50% of (New Coronary Pneumonia) reported data.” Dr. Deborah Burks, coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Response Working Group, said at the New Crown Epidemic Press Conference on April 2 that the Response Working Group missed 50% of new coronavirus detection data.

Burks said the signed economic stimulus measures required all tests to be reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but she said the data had not been received.

“Well, I tell you, I still missed 50% of the (new coronary pneumonia) report data. I have 660,000 test reports. We have done 1.3 million (tests), so there are … we still have not received 100% test (result), “she said.

Asked that one-third of the test results could be “false negatives,” Burks said, “I haven’t found this abnormality.” “The number of positive tests is very close to the number of cases diagnosed,” Burks added.

According to real-time statistical data released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States, as of 08:50 on April 3, Beijing time, the number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia worldwide has exceeded 1,000,000, with a total of 1,013,157. Among them, a total of 243,453 confirmed cases in the United States, the number of confirmed cases still ranks first in the world; 5,926 death cases; and 9001 people have recovered. The United States has added more than 20,000 new diagnoses for the fourth consecutive day.

According to data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, there were 1,169 new cases of new coronary pneumonia deaths on April 2, and a total of 5,926 deaths. It is reported that this is the highest number of new deaths in a single day since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia in the United States.

Source: World Wide Web / Wu Xiaobao

Editor-in-chief: Zhang Yu