Stanford University’s professor of medicine, Jay Bhattacharya, says that randomly testing samples of the population can and should be done immediately to give more context to the actual mortality rate of the coronavirus.
“You stress how important it is to do these tests on random sampling — samples of population in the United States,” OAN Host Liz Wheeler asked Bhattacharya Wednesday night. “How is this done in a practical sense? How is this carried out?”
“This is actually done all the time,” Bhattacharya said. “We do all kinds of population-level surveys. Polls are a good example.”
He went on