Marc Lipsitch, a professor of epidemiology, ripped the "feckless federal response" in a column for The Washington Post.
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"If he keeps lying like he has been every day on stuff this important, all of us should stop broadcasting it," said the MSNBC host.
The staunch Trump ally previously downplayed the threat of the coronavirus pandemic, accusing the media of "playing up fears."
"If this is a wartime scale of a problem, where is the wartime response?" asked the newspaper's board.
"Yes there is fear. But there does not have to be hate. Yes there is isolation. But there does not have to be loneliness," wrote Richard Hendrick.
"The Daily Show" comedian also suggested "Bad Guy" singer Billie Eilish "knows something we don't know" in his film review bit.
“Coronavirus is the Harvey Weinstein of diseases. It does not ask for consent, my friend," warned the "Daily Show” host.
Stephen Moore asked Fox News' Laura Ingraham if California's statewide coronavirus order is really worth the economic damage it will cause.
"It doesn’t diminish his incompetence, ignorance or propensity for administrative chaos," Kellyanne Conway's husband wrote in a searing column.