WASHINGTON (US) – President Donald Trump has said the coral reef is still in its infancy as it enters the United States, where at least 155,000 people have died as a result of health problems. .
The President of the Republic continues to pressure U.S. schools that they re-opened Twitter all night, and also revealed the response of his bosses to the virus in conversations he had with Axios media released yesterday morning.
“They’re dying, really,” he said. “That’s right. But that doesn’t mean we don’t do everything we can. It’s under as much control as possible. This is a terrible disease.”
Coronavirus cases continue to rise in the country and dozens of U.S. states They have had to suspend or postpone their reopening programs. White House coronavirus co-ordinator, Dr Deborah Birx, said on Sunday that the virus was “widespread” in rural and urban areas.
With the death of U.S. citizens Reaching 1,000 records a day, Trump has suppressed the idea of death in proportion to the number of cases in its place as part of the population, with America fleeing worse than other Western nations.
In an interview with Axios, Trump also stressed that the increase in diagnostic tests in the United States has led to an increase in cases, a claim disputed by health experts who say an increase in testing accounts for some, but not all, cases.
Health experts also call it an important tool in the fight against the spread of the disease, which has been diagnosed in at least 4.6 million people across the United States since Saturday.