Donald Trump has retweeted his daughter Tiffany Trump’s claim that the United States has “eight days to slow the spread” of the coronavirus, while the president faces criticism for suggesting that he could have removed the blockades in the United States soon.
Tiffany shared a CDC image showing ’15 days’ canceled and replaced with ‘8’, despite health experts warning that it could be a matter of months before social exclusion measures can be safely reversed.
President Trump said yesterday that he will reconsider the nation’s social distancing policy in a matter of days and that America will be open to the market “very soon”.
The death toll of coronavirus in the United States has exceeded 500 on Monday while the total number of cases has exceeded 43,000 and fifteen states have suffered various forms of blockade.
Tiffany Trump (pictured last November) tweeted that the United States has “eight days to slow down the spread” of the coronavirus, while the president faces criticism for suggesting that he could remove the blockades in the United States soon
President Donald Trump answers reporters’ questions as he talks about the coronavirus in Washington on Monday
He fears that Trump is trying to hurry to lift the blockade after the president talked about the economy and played the medical part during a daily briefing on the White House coronavirus on Monday.
‘America will be open to trade again and soon. Very soon, “said President Trump during the briefing.
‘Long before three or four months that someone was suggesting. Much earlier. We can’t let the cure be worse than the problem itself. We will not let the cure be worse than the problem. ”
An Upper East Side resident walks past PQR Pizza Quadrata Romana located on 1631 2nd Avenue in Manhattan, closed and closed due to Monday’s COVID-19 pandemic
Empty streets in Manhattan, New York, while a number of coronavirus cases continue to rise in the city that has been closed since Monday
President Trump complained of the caution brought by health workers, saying he told his team that they would close the “whole world”.
“I was telling them that if it depended on the doctors they would keep it closed, they would say” let’s close the whole world. ” You can’t do it, “he said.
Experts were quick to condemn the lifting blocks early.
Tom Inglesby, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, tweeted a thread aimed at “anyone who advises the end of social distancing”.
He wrote: “COVID will spread widely, quickly, terribly, it could potentially kill millions in the year ahead with a huge social and economic impact across the country.”
Inglesby, who is listed as a specialist in pandemics and infectious diseases, also said in his tweets: ‘How can we buy time to allow hospitals to receive more supplies and prepare for a large number of patients? How can we reduce the spreading speed of COVID in the United States? How can we reduce the chances of ICUs running out of vents, hospitals running out of space? The answer for now is large-scale social distancing. ”
A former Barack Obama health official told Politico: ‘It is too early to consider canceling any guidelines. With the cases and deaths increasing day by day, the country must double, not lighten, the social distancing and related measures “.
The death toll in the United States exceeded 500 on Monday, when fifteen states entered various forms of blockade.
President Donald Trump has said he will reconsider the nation’s social removal policy in a matter of days. The death toll in the United States exceeded 500 on Monday, when fifteen states entered various forms of blockade
America’s death toll is now 554, a sharp increase of over 100 people in one day. Experts say the peak is yet to come and that the current state of crisis will last for at least another months.
President Trump has yet to impose a national blockade because the problem is worse in some states than in others.
Michigan, Massachusetts, Indiana, Oregon and West Virginia were the last states to tell residents to stay home and the city of Denver is pushing its resident.
Now, 16 are under house rules. New York and California were the first, along with the state of Washington.
New York is by far the worst hit state in the country, with over 20,000 cases in the United States occurring there. 12,000 amazing are in New York City.