The White House is projecting that between 100,000 to 240,000 people in the U.S. will die from the coronavirus pandemic if social distancing measures continue to be followed.
Before the viral waves began crashing and disrupting public education, America had never genuinely risen to the challenge of educating all of its children.
Models show that, if Stitt continues to delay action, up to 250,000 Oklahomans (if not more) could be hospitalized within the next 8-12 weeks because of COVID-19 and thousands could lose their lives.
“We Are Sigma Strong” is the theme of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority’s 6-part webinar series launched March 25, to bring resources, tips and some peace of mind to their membership and the general public.
Brought forward by Trump at the outdoor briefing, Fauci said his projection of a potential 100,000 to 200,000 deaths is “entirely conceivable” if not enough is done to mitigate the crisis. He said that helped shape the extension of the guidelines, “a wise and prudent decision.”
There are now 429 confirmed cases in 44 of the state’s 77 counties and 16 deaths in seven separate counties, according to the health department.
Fifteen people in Oklahoma with coronavirus have died, state health officials said Saturday.