Nobel-Winning Stanford Prof. Says COVID Will Be Over in Four Weeks

'Are we now becoming immune with much less death?'

An Oxford-trained, Stanford University professor is predicting that the Wuhan coronavirus will be over in roughly four weeks.

Yet, Democrat governors, the Biden campaign and the mainstream news media continue to insist that children cannot return to school at the end of summer, that mask-wearing mandates must be universally enforced and that the economy should remain locked down.

None of those measures are in-line with raw health data, according to Professor Michael Levitt.

“US COVID19 will be done in 4 weeks with a total reported death below 170,000,” he tweeted over the weekend.

Levitt used data to inform his declaration, based on regions that peaked earlier than the current hotspots.

“How will we know it is over? Like for Europe, when all cause excess deaths are at normal level for week. Reported COVID19 deaths may continue after 25 Aug. & reported cases will, but it will be over,” he continued.

Levitt is a professor of biophysics and has a PhD and Doctorate of Science from Cambridge University.

He was a Nobel Laureate of chemistry and complex systems in 2013 and is highly respected in both the United States and Europe.

But his coronavirus predictions aren’t fitting Democrat and media narratives ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

“Total population and totally annual natural deaths very similar to EuroMOMO area,” Levitt tweeted.

“Right now there are overall 414 reported deaths/million in US. If same as Europe, US about 80% complete. Certainly hope this is true and US saturates at no more than 170,000 deaths,” he said.

Levitt postulated that the severity of the Wuhan virus is diminishing.

“Could COVID be infectious in summer but with a much lower lethality? Are we now becoming immune with much less death?” he said.

Other experts and honest media observers have noticed similar declining trends.

Alex Berenson, a former New York Times reporter, has emerged as a leading dissident voice opposing the mainstream press consensus.

Berenson has noted that the media has shifted from covering COVID deaths, which are declining and mostly limited to older adults, to the number of positive cases.

However, widely reported spikes in the GOP-led states of Florida, Texas and Arizona are the result of dramatically increased testing measures and result in mostly asymptomatic cases.

“You say epidemic, I say a lot of people getting colds, let’s call the whole thing off,” tweeted Berenson.

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