Biden Gets Shocking Warning From Doctor

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( – In a shocking development, a cardiologist warned that Joe Biden is at risk of death and should wear a face mask against COVID-19.

“It may be time to break out the masks against Covid, some experts say,” reads the headline of a lengthy report by CNN.

The report starts by stressing that anybody “at high risk of serious illness or death from Covid-19… [should] dust off those N95 masks and place them snugly over” their face, as suggested by “a growing number of experts.”

The report then quotes the advice of cardiologist Dr. Jonathan Reiner for Joe Biden and other Americans in their 80s.

“Octogenarians comprise the highest-risk group for complications following Covid infection. At least until the numbers start to drop again, it would be appropriate for President Biden to take some precautions and wear a mask in crowds,” Reiner said.

The CNN article also lists multiple other high-risk groups who should wear masks, including patients with cancer, diabetes, HIV, chronic diseases of the kidneys, liver, or lungs, dementia, mental health problems, and those with a history of heart attacks or strokes.

“If you’re a caregiver for somebody who is at increased risk of complication following infection, then I think you should also consider putting a mask on in public places,” insisted Reiner, a George Washington University medical school professor.

CNN quotes the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which recommends masks to all in counties with at least 20 hospitalized with COVID-19 per 100,000 inhabitants and masks for high-risk people if there are between 10 and 19.9 infected per 100,000.

About 85 counties, or 3% nationwide, have reached the medium threshold in which masks are recommended for patients with risky conditions. A quarter of those counties are in Florida.

The report notes the new COVID-19 variant, BA.2.86, which is “highly mutated” but has been seen only in small numbers worldwide.

“[Still,] it doesn’t look good … in terms of the virus’ nonstop evolution. [COVID-19] keeps finding new ways to challenge humans, to find new hosts and repeat hosts, and it’s relentless,” comments cardiologist Dr. Eric Topol from the Scripps Translational Research Institute.