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Senior Executive at Texas ER Chain Reveals Real Reason For Spike in Coronavirus Cases

Senior Executive at Texas ER Chain Reveals Real Reason For Spike in Coronavirus Cases

By Cristina Laila

TheGatewayPundit.com

June 30, 2020

The Democrat-media complex has been hammering Texas for its recent spike in Coronavirus cases, blaming Republican Governor Abbott for reopening too early.

Radical Marxist Harris County judge Lina Hidalgo slammed Abbott during a presser on Friday and said, “The harsh truth is that our current infection rate is on pace to overwhelm our hospitals in the very near future. We opened too quickly.”

But what’s really going on in Texas?

A senior executive at a Texas ER chain contacted former NY Times reporter Alex Berenson and revealed the real reason for the spike in Coronavirus ‘cases.’

JB Neiman, a Managing Partner and General Counsel of a Texas-based company that owns 13 free-standing clinics in the state of Texas said he ‘wants people to hear his story as opposed to the mainstream media.’

Neiman explained that in June, his clinics tested over 2,231 patients and saw a COVID-19 positive test rate close to 20% (was 4-6% positive in May).

What are the COVID-19 positive patients experiencing?

Here’s the breakdown:

The executive pointed out that the “vast majority of the cases are mild to very mild symptoms.”

More testing kits means they are able to test a broader group of patients.

Clinically, they’ve had “very few hospital transfers because of COVID.”

Vast majority of patients are better within 2-3 days and would be described as “having a cold (a mild one at that) or symptoms related to allergies.

Most patients are given a steroid shot and antibiotics and by the time they have follow-up calls, the patients are no longer experiencing any symptoms.

What is driving people to the ER?

The Rest…HERE

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