Dr. Marty Makary warns coronavirus has spread ‘when people start feeling confident’ and ‘complacent’
The “one clear factor which predicts how many people are going to die” from coronavirus is “how seriously people take it,” Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marty Makary told the ““Fox News Rundown” Friday.
“What we’ve seen with cases going up and down and undulating around the world is that when people start feeling confident, when they started feeling complacent about the pandemic, that’s when we started seeing a bump,” Makary — a professor of surgery and health policy at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore — told host Chris Foster.
Makary added that Black Lives Matter protests across America in the six weeks following the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody “did not directly cause a massive surge in cases nationwide.
“As a matter of fact … we saw a massive decline in the north …continued .
[Source: Fox News]