President Trump declared that he thinks the country should reopen for business on April 12. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health, appearing on CNN on Wednesday night, pushed back, observing, “You don’t make the timeline. The virus makes the timeline.” He added: “You have got to go with what the situation on the ground is. … You need the data.” The never-ending battle to prevent Trump from making the pandemic worse continues.What would happen if governors, mayors and business people listened to Trump and reopened schools, businesses, entertainment venues and restaurants? News reports such as this one from CNBC made clear that the results could be disastrous:Medical experts had recoiled at Trump’s suggestion that Americans could gather en masse amid the coronavirus outbreak.“Obviously Trump is not rooted in reality,” said Dr. Tina Tan, a board member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America and a staff member at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.“This is the making of a major public health disaster. I am not sure where he is getting his information from, but it is extremely flawed,” Tan said.To put that into perspective, by one calculation the difference between social distancing for two weeks or for two


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