'Results may be catastrophic': Concerns grow as Trump shuns global cooperation on Covid-19 treatment

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Published: May 04, 2020
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89% "The president's rejection of international cooperation, said the Center for a New American Security's Ilan Goldberg, could be a move with ramifications on a ..."
87% "I don't think that's true in this administration.""
83% "On Sunday, Trump told Fox News that the U.S. would have a vaccine available for the country's population by the end of the year, ..."
77% "The results may be catastrophic.""
76% "According to Politico: Vaccinating the world's population againt the disease is expected to cost upwards of $20 billion for what European leaders described as a ..."
70% "You would think that, based on the past, that the U.S. would be a galvanizing, lead element in pushing for transparency and early planning, ..."
-55% "Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) director resisted efforts by Trump to promote untested coronavirus treatments.""
-66% "Attorney Max Kennerly, an outspoken critic of the president, noted on Twitter that Trump's prior moves on vaccine development don't stir much confidence, particularly ..."
-77% "Critics warn that President Donald Trump's spurning of international cooperation on Covid-19 could result in disaster and set back efforts to cure the disease ..."

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89% : The president's rejection of international cooperation, said the Center for a New American Security's Ilan Goldberg, could be a move with ramifications on a world-historic scale.
87% : "I don't think that's true in this administration."
83% : On Sunday, Trump told Fox News that the U.S. would have a vaccine available for the country's population by the end of the year, a timeline that is not shared by the nation's top health officials.
77% : "The results may be catastrophic."
76% : As Politico reported, Trump's approach to vaccine development is raising alarm among international diplomats and advocates who fear the White House's rejection of cooperative efforts hints at a future stance that will emphasize competing with other countries for a vaccine rather than ensuring one is available for everyone in the world.
76% : According to Politico: Vaccinating the world's population againt the disease is expected to cost upwards of $20 billion for what European leaders described as a "unique global public good of the 21st century."
70% : "You would think that, based on the past, that the U.S. would be a galvanizing, lead element in pushing for transparency and early planning," Stephen Morrison, senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies told Politico.
45% : Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) director resisted efforts by Trump to promote untested coronavirus treatments.
34% : Attorney Max Kennerly, an outspoken critic of the president, noted on Twitter that Trump's prior moves on vaccine development don't stir much confidence, particularly the firing of vaccine expert Dr. Rick Bright in April after the Health and Human Services (HHS)
23% : Critics warn that President Donald Trump's spurning of international cooperation on Covid-19 could result in disaster and set back efforts to cure the disease even as the president promised in a town hall with Fox News Sunday that the U.S. would have a vaccine for the coronavirus by the end of the year.
12% : "There's no limit to how badly they can screw up a vaccine."
9% : "Trump's refusal to participate in a coordinated global effort to respond to COVID19 is the 21st century equivalent of the U.S. not joining the League of Nations," said Goldberg.
6% : "Trump's refusal to participate in a coordinated global effort to respond to COVID19 is the 21st century equivalent of the U.S. not joining the League of Nations."
2% : "The Trump admin already botched the development and use of viral testing, gave blanket authorization for the use of poorly-performing antibody tests, and recently removed Dr. Bright as head of BARDA at HHS," tweeted Kennerly.

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