Coronavirus: Trump says the virus will get worse in Some Parts of the U.S.

Coronavirus: Trump says the virus will get worse in the U.S.

On Tuesday President Donald Trump warned the public that the “coronavirus will get worse in the U.S. before it gets better” he also made it clear that the COVID-19 has poisoned near about 140,000 Americans in just five months. The Republican president, who downplayed the virus in its fresh stages and once assign to mask-wearing as politically right, has been unwilling to wear a face-covering himself.

Mr. Trump accepts in a statement some areas of our country are doing pretty well, but still, others are acting less. There is no doubt that the virus will, unfortunately, get worse earlier it gets better.

A Biden campaign spokeswoman said Trump’s assertion that his administration has had a “relentless focus” on COVID-19 was preposterous. Trump conducted the briefing on his own, without doctors or other members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force.

Besides declaring support for masks as a way to fight the pandemic, he admonished young people against crowding bars and spreading the disease. Trump also belatedly addressed bipartisan criticism of virus-testing delays that have hampered reopening plans. He also continued his recent encouragement of Americans to wear masks when social distancing is not possible.

According to Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center. The U.S. also has the most COVID-19 cases globally with over 3.8 million people testing positive for the virus. The President continued to blame China for the spread of COVID-19 and pushing forward his claim that the virus will somehow “just disappear” one day. U.S. injection is set to start a final-stage experiment in a study of 30,000 people to see if it really is safe and effective. 

He is also done again in his declaration that the virus “will disappear”. But we have to be patient and helpful to each other.