BREAKING – More than 20,000 people in the United States have died from the Chinese Coronavirus during Joe Biden’s third week in office.

An estimated 20,599 people in the U.S. have died due to complications from the coronavirus during Biden’s third week in the White House, according to statistics provided by Johns Hopkins University.

Biden’s third week, coupled with his first two weeks in office, brings the cumulative total to 73,811 deaths in the U.S. from the Wuhan virus, which brings the nationwide death toll to 471,422.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky projected the United States may see the nationwide number of coronavirus deaths exceed 500,000 by February 20.

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The CDC suggested that Americans “double mask” — meaning wearing two masks at once, instead of one — on Wednesday, when it published a study examining ways to better maximize the fit for cloth masks, examining the efficacy of double masking.

Yes…you read that right. TWO MASKS, my ass!

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The CDC stated that researchers found that double masking “could be effective” to further reduce the spread of the Coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration is reportedly mulling over a few ideas of its own on how it can stop the spread of the coronavirus, which includes imposing domestic travel curbs.

As previously reported by 100% FED Up, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis responded to reports of the Biden White House considering imposing travel restrictions on the state, telling reporters that it would be a “political attack against the people of Florida” as well as “unconstitutional,” “unwise,” and “unjust.”

“We will oppose it 100 percent,” DeSantis said Thursday in reaction to the reports of the Biden White House considering domestic travel restrictions on states such as Florida and California due to fears of spreading variant cases of the Chinese coronavirus.

“It would not be based in science. It would purely be a political attack against the people of Florida. And it’s unclear why they would even try talking about that,” the governor said.

Ironically for the Biden administration, the federal government’s most recent data shows that new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations are on the decline in Florida, a state known for being more “lax” than others with regard to masks and lockdowns.

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