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Trump: US Steps into Toughest Two Weeks, White House Expects 100,000 to 240,000 People Killed

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The outbreak of the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) pneumonia in the United States has continued, with more than 180,000 confirmed cases on March 31. President Donald Trump urged the public to adhere to the Social Distance Code at the end of April and warned the country at The next two weeks will experience the most difficult times.

Trump unveils 30-day social distance code, similar to Washington’s earlier guidelines, including calling on people to maintain social distance, feeling unwell to stay at home and calling a doctor for help, and asking people not to go out for meals, instead Call for takeaway, and take care of the elderly. He also believes that Americans can wear masks in public places as a means to reduce the spread of the virus.

He emphasized that this is a matter of life and death for everyone, and therefore requires every American to be prepared to face difficult times. He believes that everyone’s role in winning this epidemic war is a common patriotic mission across the country, and he has never seen the country unite so much, hoping to overcome the epidemic in the near future.

Regarding the supply of ventilators, Trump said that Washington restricts the export of 10,000 ventilators, referring to the possibility of preparing for a surge in local demand at any time, and he also said that the shortage of ventilator shortages has occurred in many parts of the country.

Anthony Fauci, an American infectious disease expert and director of the Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) at the same venue, said that the White House estimated that 100,000 to 240,000 people might be killed nationwide while continuing to adhere to social distances, but warned that Without such measures, the number of deaths could increase to 1.5 to 2.2 million. However, he hopes that the numbers will not rise sharply, but thinks it is necessary to deal with this possibility.

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