Republican denialism mirroring President Trump, even in the face of a growing epidemic in red states, has become a real public health challenge that the incoming administration will need to take on, — Drew Altman, Kaiser Family Foundation President and CEO
Republican denialism mirroring President Trump, even in the face of a growing epidemic in red states, has become a real public health challenge that the incoming administration will need to take on, — Drew Altman, Kaiser Family Foundation President and CEO
Americans have converted to mask culture, survey finds
Most Americans now accept the benefits of wearing masks when around others and say they do so, according to a survey published Friday.

Most also say they can keep up the social distancing until the pandemic has eased or until there’s a vaccine -- and most think they’ll need to.
The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) survey found that just over half think the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is yet to come.

The survey of more than 1,600 adults, conducted by the nonpartisan foundation, found that deep partisan divides persist, but more people than ever worry the pandemic will affect them personally.

“Republican denialism mirroring President Trump, even in the face of a growing epidemic in red states, has become a real public health challenge that the incoming administration will need to take on,” Kaiser Family Foundation President and CEO Drew Altman said in a statement.