Environmental Scientist Predicts More Than 1 Million COVID-19 Deaths In U.S. If Public Travel Is Not Halted Soon

Kevin Mwanza
Written by Kevin Mwanza
An environmental scientist predicts more than 1 million COVID-19-related deaths in the U.S. if public travel is not halted soon. Photo by CDC on Unsplash

An environmental scientist has indicated that more than 2 million Americans could die from the Coronavirus pandemic by July 4 if domestic travel is not aggressively halted soon, but he believes this may not happen because the state and the federal government will intervene.

Mike Adams developed a model that shows the COVID-19 pandemic could kill 2.16 million Americans by July 4 if nothing is done to control travel across the U.S. He says that the virus could infect the entire country by Aug. 5.

“That is now the only remaining option to stop the spread. It must be done soon. It may already be too late to prevent millions from getting infected,” Adams said in a piece published by Natural News.

“The upshot of this model is that you can now safely assume there will be severe travel restrictions put in place across America.”

Public transport has remained rather normal across the U.S. despite increased cases of the viral infection that has claimed the lives of at least 41 Americans.

Transit agencies in the U.S. have responded to the emergency by announcing expanded cleaning schedules, dispensing hand sanitizer and equipping drivers with antiseptic wipes and other supplies.

Wuhan, a Chinese city of 11 million people and the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, temporarily shut down its public transport as it tried to halt the spread of the virus.

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In an effort to slow the spread of the virus, the U.S. suspended all travel from Europe to the country for 30 days beginning at midnight on March 13, excluding the U.K., according to TheGuardian.