it raises the number of infections among young people – Telemundo San Diego (20)

According to the count of NBC News, the US reached early this morning of Saturday, the number of 2,467,147 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 125,547 deceased.

Texas and Florida backtracked on Friday, and adopted new measures against the bars, while the daily number of confirmed infections of coronaviruses throughout the united States reached an unprecedented 40,000.

The governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, ordered the closure of all the bars, while Florida banned the consumption of alcohol in those establishments. Both states joined a small but growing list of entities that have been suspended, a greater re-opening of their economies due to flare-ups, mainly in the south and the west of the country.

On Wednesday, the number of new cases of coronavirus by day in the united States, exceeded the peak reached at the end of April, recording more than 45,000 new cases of COVID-19, more than the maximum 36,400 reached on the 24th of April, according to NBC News.

This according to data compiled Wednesday by NBC.

The state most affected by the pandemic remains New York with 395,703 confirmed cases 32,169 deceased.

New York will continue to the neighboring New Jersey with 173,640 confirmed cases and 14,872 deceased, the state of Illinois, with 138,540 infections and 6,847 deaths, and Massachusetts, which has been reported 107,837 positive for coronavirus and 8,013 dead.

Other states with a large number of deaths are Michigan (6,133), Pennsylvania (6,630), California (5,814), and Connecticut, with 4,307.

Health experts have said that it is seeing an alarmingly high number of infections among young people who are coming out again, often without masks and without follow other social distancing measures.

Governor Greg Abbott took the decision to the spike in cases of COVID-19.

“It is evident that the increase in cases is driven primarily by a certain type of activities, as the assistance of texans in the bars,” stated Abbott.

Abbott had undertaken one of the calendarizaciones most dynamic of reopening in the country. The republican had stood up to the demands of that order the use of facemasks and also had refused until last week to allow local governments to impose such a measure.

“The doctors told us at the time, and what is said to who will listen, that this would be a disaster. And what has been”, stated the judge, democrat Clay Jenkins, the authority of highest rank in the county of Dallas. “Once again, the governor acts with slowness. Now you are forced to do the things that you require to do so in the last month and a half”.

Texas reported more than 17,000 new cases in the last three days, and on Thursday reached a record high of nearly 6,000. The second most populous state has also registered daily record of hospitalizations, and Friday surpassed for the first time the 5,000 patients of coronavirus boarding schools.

The couple also has a daughter of 1 year, who also tested positive to the virus.

In Florida, on the instruction of the governor-republican Ron DeSantis, the agency that regulates bars took action after the daily number of new confirmed cases is closer to 9,000, nearly double the record from just two days ago.

Colleen Corbett, a maid of 30 years who works at two facilities in Tampa, was said to be upset and worried to stay again without a job, but pointed out that the restrictions are the correct size. Most customers were not using masks, he said.

“It seems as if they have forgotten that there is a pandemic or just left to worry,” said Corbett.

Several of the states most affected, such as Arizona and Arkansas, have republican governors who have resisted efforts to legislate mandatory use of facemasks and have reiterated the president’s desire to Donald Trump to revive the economy quickly, despite warnings that there could be new outbreaks of coronavirus.

The experts of the federal government estimate that they would be more than 20 million infected with the virus in the US. To see more of Telemundo, visit now.telemundo.com

The number of deaths from coronavirus in the united States has been around 600 per day recently, compared with about 2,200 in the peak reached in April. Some experts doubt that it will reach that level again due to advances in treatment and prevention.

The virus has caused some 125,000 deaths and has infected almost 2.5 million people in the united States, according to a tally by the Johns Hopkins University. But health authorities believe that the number of cases is 10 times higher. At the global level, the virus has claimed close to half a million lives.

Louisiana reported its second day with more than 1,300 confirmed cases, a number that made the democratic governor, John Bel Edwards to suspend a greater lifting of restrictions on mobility. The republican governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, did the same thing, since the new cases in your state exceed the 3,000 per day, and 85% of hospital beds are occupied.

For the second time in a week, Tennessee reported its biggest daily increase in confirmed infections, with more than 1,400, but the republican governor Bill Lee has been reluctant to re-impose restrictions or require the use of masks.

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experts say looming disaster – Telemundo Denver

Hospital administrators and health experts warned on Wednesday that some parts of the united States are on the verge of being overwhelmed by a resurgence of the coronavirus, and expressed regret that politicians and the public weary of closures are leaving that disaster to happen.

The united states recorded a total of 34,700 new cases of COVID-19 in a day, the highest figure in two months, from the peak of 36,400 registered in mid-April, according to the count maintained by the Johns Hopkins University.

Even though new confirmed cases have been declining steadily in sites with outbreaks early in the united States, such as New York and New Jersey, several other states set records for one day this week, including Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada and Texas. Some of them broke in addition to records of hospital admissions, as it happened in North Carolina and South Carolina.

The united states reached this Wednesday the number of 2,385,348 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the of 122,450 deceased, in accordance with the count independent of NBC News.

New York remains the state hardest hit by the pandemic with 398,105 confirmed cases and 32,079 dead.

New York will continue to the neighboring New Jersey (173,475 cases and 13,004 deceased), Massachusetts (107,611 infections and 7,938 deaths) and Illinois (138,540 positive and 6,770 dead).

In Pennsylvania there are 87,733 cases, of which 6,573 have resulted in deaths. Meanwhile, in Michigan, have been confirmed 68,555 infections and 6,114 deaths.

California currently has 192,537 infections and 5,677 deaths, while in Connecticut there are 45,899 infected and 4,277 deceased. Florida reached 109,014 cases and 3,281 deceased, at the time that Louisiana collects 52,477 infections and 3,152 deaths.

“People became complacent,” said dr. Marc Boom, director general of the hospital system Houston Methodist. “And the virus is returning and golpeándonos, frankly”.

The stock market plunged considerably on Wednesday after the resurgence of the virus cast a shadow over hopes for a quick economic recovery. The virus has been blamed for more than 122,000 deaths in the united States and more than 2.3 million of confirmed infections.

California, the most populous state, reported more than 7,100 new cases. The count in Florida grew by 5,500 in a day, an increase of 25% compared to the record of the previous week and three times the level just two weeks ago.

In Texas, which began to lift the restrictions of the confinement may 1, the hospital admissions have doubled, and the new cases to triple in two weeks.

Governor Greg Abbott told the channel KFDA-TV that the state goes through a “massive outbreak” and may require new local restrictions to preserve space for hospitalizations in some places.

In the eight hospitals of Houston Methodist in Texas, the count of patients with COVID-19 has increased threefold in the last month, at 312. Approximately 20% of the testing of coronavirus that are now the hospitals are positive, compared with between 2% and 4% in mid-may.

If that trend doesn’t change, the chain of hospitals with 2,000 beds would be 600 patients with coronavirus in the next three weeks and would be forced to cancel surgeries not essential, said Boom.

“We need everyone to behave perfectly and work together perfectly,” to slow down the rate of infections, said Boom. “When I see a restaurant or a business in which the people are not following the guidelines, where they are abandoning the caution, that makes me mad”.

In Arizona, the cases will likely exceed the capacity of beds in the hospitals of the state in the coming weeks if the trend continues, said dr. Joseph Gerald, a professor of political of public health of the University of Arizona.

“We are in serious trouble,” said Gerald, who called the state to impose new restrictions on business, something that the republican governor Doug Ducey has refused to do. Without such measures, says Gerald, the balance of deaths will occur at levels “unprecedented”.

Dr. Peter Hotez, an expert in infectious diseases, said that he is concerned that the states wasted the time they have left to prevent a crisis much greater.

“We are still speaking of subtleties, we are discussing if we should wear masks or not, and we still do not understand that a vaccine is not going to rescue,” said Hotez, of the School of Medicine, Baylor, Texas.

Initially, governor Abbott, also a republican, forbade local officials penalized or multaran people for not wearing masks when he began to be reopened by the state. After cases are fired, Abbott said last week that cities and counties could allow the business would require masks.

In Florida, several counties and cities have recently begun to require face masks in public places and penalizing businesses that do comply with the regulations of estrangement public.

In an indication of the change of the outbreak in the country, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, announced that it will require visitors from states with high rates of infection must be quarantined for 14 days. It is a change from march, when the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis issued a similar order for the visitors to the New York area, where then were an increase in cases.

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experts say looming disaster – Telemundo Bay Area 48

Hospital administrators and health experts warned on Wednesday that some parts of the united States are on the verge of being overwhelmed by a resurgence of the coronavirus, and expressed regret that politicians and the public weary of closures are leaving that disaster to happen.

The united states recorded a total of 34,700 new cases of COVID-19 in a day, the highest figure in two months, from the peak of 36,400 registered in mid-April, according to the count maintained by the Johns Hopkins University.

Even though new confirmed cases have been declining steadily in sites with outbreaks early in the united States, such as New York and New Jersey, several other states set records for one day this week, including Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada and Texas. Some of them broke in addition to records of hospital admissions, as it happened in North Carolina and South Carolina.

The united states reached this Wednesday the number of 2,385,348 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the of 122,450 deceased, in accordance with the count independent of NBC News.

New York remains the state hardest hit by the pandemic with 398,105 confirmed cases and 32,079 dead.

New York will continue to the neighboring New Jersey (173,475 cases and 13,004 deceased), Massachusetts (107,611 infections and 7,938 deaths) and Illinois (138,540 positive and 6,770 dead).

In Pennsylvania there are 87,733 cases, of which 6,573 have resulted in deaths. Meanwhile, in Michigan, have been confirmed 68,555 infections and 6,114 deaths.

California currently has 192,537 infections and 5,677 deaths, while in Connecticut there are 45,899 infected and 4,277 deceased. Florida reached 109,014 cases and 3,281 deceased, at the time that Louisiana collects 52,477 infections and 3,152 deaths.

“People became complacent,” said dr. Marc Boom, director general of the hospital system Houston Methodist. “And the virus is returning and golpeándonos, frankly”.

The stock market plunged considerably on Wednesday after the resurgence of the virus cast a shadow over hopes for a quick economic recovery. The virus has been blamed for more than 122,000 deaths in the united States and more than 2.3 million of confirmed infections.

California, the most populous state, reported more than 7,100 new cases. The count in Florida grew by 5,500 in a day, an increase of 25% compared to the record of the previous week and three times the level just two weeks ago.

In Texas, which began to lift the restrictions of the confinement may 1, the hospital admissions have doubled, and the new cases to triple in two weeks.

Governor Greg Abbott told the channel KFDA-TV that the state goes through a “massive outbreak” and may require new local restrictions to preserve space for hospitalizations in some places.

In the eight hospitals of Houston Methodist in Texas, the count of patients with COVID-19 has increased threefold in the last month, at 312. Approximately 20% of the testing of coronavirus that are now the hospitals are positive, compared with between 2% and 4% in mid-may.

If that trend doesn’t change, the chain of hospitals with 2,000 beds would be 600 patients with coronavirus in the next three weeks and would be forced to cancel surgeries not essential, said Boom.

“We need everyone to behave perfectly and work together perfectly,” to slow down the rate of infections, said Boom. “When I see a restaurant or a business in which the people are not following the guidelines, where they are abandoning the caution, that makes me mad”.

In Arizona, the cases will likely exceed the capacity of beds in the hospitals of the state in the coming weeks if the trend continues, said dr. Joseph Gerald, a professor of political of public health of the University of Arizona.

“We are in serious trouble,” said Gerald, who called the state to impose new restrictions on business, something that the republican governor Doug Ducey has refused to do. Without such measures, says Gerald, the balance of deaths will occur at levels “unprecedented”.

Dr. Peter Hotez, an expert in infectious diseases, said that he is concerned that the states wasted the time they have left to prevent a crisis much greater.

“We are still speaking of subtleties, we are discussing if we should wear masks or not, and we still do not understand that a vaccine is not going to rescue,” said Hotez, of the School of Medicine, Baylor, Texas.

Initially, governor Abbott, also a republican, forbade local officials penalized or multaran people for not wearing masks when he began to be reopened by the state. After cases are fired, Abbott said last week that cities and counties could allow the business would require masks.

In Florida, several counties and cities have recently begun to require face masks in public places and penalizing businesses that do comply with the regulations of estrangement public.

In an indication of the change of the outbreak in the country, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, announced that it will require visitors from states with high rates of infection must be quarantined for 14 days. It is a change from march, when the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis issued a similar order for the visitors to the New York area, where then were an increase in cases.

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Minimum wage rises in more than 20 states and cities in the US – Telemundo San Antonio (60)

MIAMI – The minimum wage rose between Tuesday and the first day of the year in 21 states and 26 cities and counties in the United States, according to figures compiled by the National Employment Law Project (NELP).

The first employees to benefit from this increase were those who work in New York City, who as of Tuesday must receive a payment of at least $ 15 dollars per hour, while in the rest of the state it is $ 11.80 per hour.

New York is one of 17 jurisdictions where the minimum wage has risen to as high as $ 15 an hour that unions and organizations like NELP have been asking for for years.

But the increase is not limited to this start of the year, as throughout 2020 another 4 states and 23 cities and counties will reach the desired figure of $ 15 an hour.

In total, 24 states and 48 cities and counties will increase their minimum wages sometime in 2020.

In Illinois and Saint Paul, in the state of Minneapolis, they will increase the minimum wage twice this year, on January 1 and in July, the NELP noted.

In addition to Illinois, states that already have new minimum wages include Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, New Jersey and Washington.

The increase in the minimum wage will benefit about 6.8 million employees, according to figures from the Institute for Economic Policy.

Those who will see no change in their pay are employees under the federal minimum wage, which has stood at $ 7.25 an hour since it last rose to that figure more than a decade ago.

On July 24, 2009, the US federal minimum wage had its last hike and despite various attempts to increase this figure, workers will have to wait until they see the results of next November’s elections to try to achieve an increase.

One of those efforts was the House of Representatives’ approval in 2019 of the “Raise the Wage Act” project, which would have allowed the current federal minimum wage to rise to $ 15 an hour in stages, in addition to other protections.

But the hopes of workers in about fifteen states currently living on the federal minimum wage were dashed in the words of Senate leader Republican Mitch McConnell, saying the upper house was not going to vote on the bill.

Added to this was the White House notice that he would veto the measure if he reached his desk.

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Why did the world’s most famous epidemiologist advise “Ramsdevir” to treat cases?

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Dr. Anthony Fauchi, an epidemiologist and adviser to President Donald Trump, did not wait much to announce a standard anti-viral “Ramsdevir” treatment of dangerous Corona cases, despite the fact that the required trials had not ended.

Fauchi justified the early announcement, saying from the White House: “The data show that Ramdesievir has had a clear, important and positive effect in reducing the recovery period of patients with the emerging coronavirus.”

According to a statement by the American Institutes of Health, compared to patients who received a placebo, patients treated with Ramsdevir, which is produced by the American Gilead Laboratory, recovered within 11 days instead of 15 days.

The trial included 1036 patients in 47 locations in the United States and 21 in Europe and Asia. It is by far the largest study on this drug whose results are available.

Fauchi said: The initial results were so clear that those responsible for the experiment decided to publish it so that patients treated with dummy medicines can now get access to Ramsdevir.

He added: “When there is clear evidence that a drug is giving effect, we have a moral obligation to inform the members of the group that received the placebo about this.”

It was considered that Ramsdevir could now be a standard treatment to combat serious cases of Covid-19. Intravenous therapy is given over 10 days.

The American company, “Gilliad Sciences” announced, on Wednesday, that its drug Ramsdevir showed “positive” results on Corona patients in the context of a wide clinical experience, which was conducted in partnership with American health institutes.

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The chief physician of the White House: Ramsdevir has shown a clear effect in treating Corona patients

Anthony Fuchi, the chief physician at the White House, confirmed that Ramsdevir has shown a clear effect in treating Corona patients, according to urgent news broadcast by Sky News earlier.

The chief physician at the White House added that good results for Ebola in the treatment of corona.

Earlier, Johns Hopkins University confirmed that corona virus deaths in the United States of America exceeded the US death toll in the Vietnam War..

Corona virus infection in the United States of America exceeded the threshold of one million infections, recording 1,022,259 infections, and 57,862 thousand died so far, while 139,927 thousand recovered, according to statistics. worldometers.infoThere were 3,105,559 injuries worldwide, 214,429 deaths, and 943,542,000 recovered..

Meanwhile, the number of confirmed infections with the emerging coronavirus around the world has broken the barrier of 3 million, and nearly 80% of it in Europe and the United States, according to a statistic prepared by “Agence France Presse”, which revealed that at least 3 million, 3 thousand and 344 people around The world has been plagued by the epidemic, since it first appeared in central China last December, and 209,388 of these infected people have died from the deadly virus..

Many countries are seeking to alleviate the measures they have taken in earlier times to prevent the outbreak of the new Corona virus; some have already begun, while others have developed future plans to gradually reduce.

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Dr. Trump’s recipes scare America

A hidden Congress who votes almost unanimously for hundreds of billions of dollars in subsidies, a president who suggests injecting bleach into the lungs and a Democratic candidate locked in his basement who warns by video against an indefinite postponement of the presidential election. Begun in an unreal atmosphere of political fiction, Trump’s mandate risks ending in that, tragicomically, of a catastrophic film.

Locked in the White House, deprived of visits and travel, surrounded by televisions, Trump made the daily press conference devoted to the virus his main means of communication with the Americans. Every day at the end of the afternoon, surrounded by his collaborators and his medical advisers, the president gives a strange television show, a mixture of information on the situation and a press conference with broken sticks interspersed with personal comments and foucades. Without preparation or script, the session regularly takes unexpected turns, between political declarations by the president, digressions sometimes eccentric and acrimonious exchanges with journalists.

Would it be possible to give an injection inside the body for cleaning, since you see, it attacks the lungs … It sounds interesting

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On Thursday, the American president extrapolated on the possibility of destroying the Covid-19 inside the body by ultraviolet or household cleaning products. After Bill Bryan, Undersecretary for Homeland Security, presented the results of a study into the lifespan of the Covid-19, highlighting its vulnerability to humidity, heat, ultraviolet light, and also to disinfectants like bleach or household alcohol, Trump has made some comments on the subject. “I asked a question that many of you are asking and which seems interesting to me … Suppose we direct a very strong light inside the body … through the skin or in some other way?”, suggested the President. “And then the disinfectant, which destroys the virus in a minute … Would it be possible to inject inside the body for cleaning, since you see, it attacks the lungs … It sounds interesting”, he added, while his advisers found it difficult to hide their dismay. Trump said on Friday that his remarks were “Sarcastic”. But detergent producers have been quick to issue warnings to dissuade consumers from ingesting them.

See also – Disinfectant injections into the lungs: Trump’s wacky proposition against Covid-19

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Not far from the White House, a more serious but almost as strange atmosphere reigned at the Capitol. Meeting for the first time since March 27, Congress passed a new $ 484 billion astronomical aid measure, aimed primarily at small businesses; 100 billion were voted for hospitals.

The American parliamentarians had returned to Washington by taking the few planes that still fly in the United States, or by train or car. Some have traveled several days to reach the American capital. Most wore masks during the session. Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic President of the House of Representatives, tied a silk scarf over her nose. Only a dozen elected officials, almost all Republicans, had their faces uncovered, a sign that the attitude towards the pandemic remains partly a political affair: the Republican States, the least affected, are often the most critical of them. distancing measures, while the democratic states oppose a premature resumption of economic activity.

“A guy asleep in his basement”

The question also arises for the presidential election on November 3. “Yeah! Very good question. I can’t tell you what’s going to happen, ” said Trump, who notably opposes postal voting. The president also attacked Democratic candidate Joe Biden, confined to his residence in Wilmington, Delaware. “We have a guy asleep in the basement of a house, who doesn’t want to argue because they keep him locked up because of the virus,” added Trump.

“I trample on the idea of ​​debating with Donald Trump”, retorted Biden. “I’m ready: Zoom, Skype or in person. When he wants, where he wants! ” But the likely Democrat candidate also warned of the possibility that Trump would not let the ballot run normally. “I think he will try to postpone the elections in one way or another, to find reasons why they cannot take place. It’s the only way he can win. ”

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Doctors juggle offering science-backed information without irritating Trump



Washington – It is almost a daily ritual: Donald trump and a series of doctors appear in a hall of the White House to talk about coronavirus and they generate an unusual show in which specialists juggle science-backed information without irritating the president.

The result can be a bewildering scene for those trying to figure out the best way to protect themselves from the virus.

On Tuesday, for example, Dr. Deborah Birx supported Trump by commenting positively on plans to reopen businesses in Georgia, saying that hairdressers and tattoo shops could safely operate with a little “creativity” to maintain. distance.

Later, however, Birx, coordinator of the White House task force on the virus, told Trump that the reopening of Georgia was rushed. The next day, Trump questioned Georgia’s plans to resume activities, saying they were doing it “too soon.”

On Wednesday, Trump launched the briefing by inviting the doctor. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to “say a few words to clarify” previous comments in which the specialist had said that the virus would reappear in the winter and could be stronger than the current outbreak.

Redfield then tried to “clarify” his comments by saying that the reappearance of the virus coinciding with the flu season would be a problematic combination, although confirming that his previous comments had been correctly reported.

The same Wednesday, the government’s top doctor said he had been removed from office for opposing efforts to promote an anti-malaria drug that Trump said, without evidence, that it was a remedy for COVID-19.

Dr. Rick Bright “was cast aside for one reason only: because he resisted efforts to facilitate unrestricted access to a potentially dangerous drug,” his attorneys said. Trump claimed to know nothing of the subject.

Healthcare experts say medical professionals are inhibited from offering candid advice to the president and the public.

“The team doctors (from the White House) and the scientists in general who respond to the pandemic They are looking askance all the time, ”said Lawrence Gostin, a public health expert at Georgetown University. “There is a bid between politicians and health officials. It is a very unhealthy dynamic. “

In addition to offering up-to-date information on the pandemic and on the best ways to combat it, doctors are involved in Trump’s efforts to present a positive image of his handling of the pandemic.

They know perfectly well that the president has a long history in which he appoints officials by highlighting their skills and then undermining or pushing them aside. That was what happened with figures like former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, former Chief of Staff John Kelly and former Defense Secretary James Mattis.

Even the popular doctor Anthony Fauci, a specialist in contagious diseases, must adapt his comments to Trump’s preferences.

This month Fauci said on CNN that more lives could have been saved if the government had intervened earlier.

That did not like Trump, who published a tweet in which he left in the air the possibility of Fauci being fired.

The next day, Fauci spoke at the White House briefing and said that perhaps “he had mispronounced.” He said that “the first and only time” that he and Birx had spoken to Trump about a quarantine nationwide, the president had “listened to the recommendations and taken steps” to contain the outbreak.

Trump generally listens to his medical experts. But he sees them as subordinates and doesn’t like to be contradicted.

At Thursday’s briefing, Brix was the only medical expert present and spoke briefly.

Trump preferred to invite William Bryan, a Department of Homeland Security official who spoke of the investigations into the impact of high temperatures and the sun on the containment of the virus, to the podium.

Birx generally tries not to contradict Trump, but Fauci seems more willing to do so, so there is often speculation that he will be fired.

Kavita Patel, a public health expert who served under the government of Barack Obama, He said that the scientists who advise a president have to be seasoned people, but that serving under the Trump administration is especially tortuous, since the president sometimes ignores the information that the experts give him and lets himself be led by his instincts.

“It is clear that he is very selective in his use of information,” said Patel.

“There seems to be a revolving door for scientists and doctors who are in an awkward position,” Patel said. “It feels like these scientists are put up against a Russian roulette wheel and, depending on luck, an individual may end up publicly facing the president.”

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Trump: I think what is said about Kim’s health is “incorrect” – one world – beyond borders

US President Donald Trump announced Thursday evening that he believes reports of the deteriorating health of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are “incorrect”.

“I think this information is not correct,” Trump said at his daily White House press conference on the developments of the Coved-19 epidemic, adding, “I think it’s false information from CNN,” the US news network that the White House master often attacks and accuses of engaging in media misinformation. .

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Trump preaches to Americans: we have passed the peak of the Corona epidemic

Trump stressed during the Corona Daily Conference that the United States has surpassed its peak in new infections, saying “We are now ready to start life again in a safe, orderly and highly responsible manner.”

Trump said that the American people are able to defeat any challenges and the economy will return to the way it was and stronger.

In the same context, it is mentioned that Anthony Fossey, the chief communicable disease expert in the federal government expressed “cautious optimism” that the healing processes of the virus have started to slow down, although the increase in deaths will take longer as Fossey said: “Once the curve turns, We hope to see a very sharp drop. “

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