Donald Trump Said – America May Face More Difficult Situation

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Donald Trump: Coronavirus is at the peak of violence worldwide. America, the world’s most powerful country, has also succumbed to this virus. The highest number of infected patients worldwide is in the US. The New York State of America has become the new epicentre of this virus.

Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has warned Americans that they will face more challenging conditions over the next two weeks, with the Corona virus-infected population crossing the three million mark and the deaths of more than 8,000 people.

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Trump told a press conference at the White House that the next two weeks were going to be very life-threatening. We are going to face this unfortunately so that we at least lose our lives and I think we will succeed. Vice President of the United States Mike Pence was also present at the press conference.

The Country Has Never Seen Such A Phase Before

Donald Trump said that we are going to go through a phase which may not have been seen before in this country. I mean I don’t think we have ever seen such a time in the country. Pens said that the number of investigations would increase. He said that this is going to be a tough week for the American people. If investigations increase throughout the country, cases will also increase. Significantly, on Coronavirus, the White House task force has estimated one lakh to two lakh people killed in the US in the next two months.

However, officials are hoping to avoid this dreaded scene by enforcing strict rules, including social distance and staying at home. About 90 per cent of America’s population on Saturday remained confined in their homes.

New York City and surrounding areas such as New Jersey. And Connecticut has emerged as centres of COVID-19 in the country. According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of coronavirus cases in the US has risen to three lakhs. And more than 8,100 people in the country have lost their lives due to the infection.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump has urged media groups not to spread false rumours during the country’s crucial fight to deal with the Coronavirus crisis. Without naming any media organization, he said that we want to save lives, we want as few deaths as possible. Therefore some media organizations must stop spreading false rumours and spreading fear and nervousness in public.