Coronavirus: Trump said ‘Unfortunately, many people will die in the USA’
“Unfortunately, many people will die,” US President Donald Trump said in a recent statement regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
Donald Trump said at a press conference at the White House that the next two weeks will be the hardest time for them and the federal government will increase their aid.
Trump stated that they will focus primarily on regions that need the most help.
Stating that they have deployed 1000 soldiers in New York City as part of the fight against the epidemic, Trump said that the Federal Emergency Management Unit (Fema) ordered 180 million masks of type N95 and worked with the 3M company.
“We want them to help our country. We need masks. We don’t want others to buy these masks. You can call it retaliation,” he said.
“I didn’t say ‘stadiums and halls should open in August’ “
U.S. President Donald Trump also announced a meeting with executives of the nation’s three most popular sports-baseball, American football, and Basketball-via video conference system.
“We need to open our country. The treatment cannot be worse than the problem. I want to see the fans in the halls again when they are ready. The sooner we can do this, the better,” said Donald Trump.
Trump denied the news that stadiums and halls would open for sports competitions in August.
Stating that it is not possible to give a date at this stage, Trump said, “But it would be great if sports events are started to be watched in August.”
Trump has said he believes the Republican Party’s National Convention ahead of the presidential election on November 3 could begin on August 24, as planned.