Persist in restarting economically reasonable Trump: even if more people die

Persist in restarting economically reasonable Trump: even if more people die
May 7, 2020 No Comments News
President Donald Trump speaks to employees after tour of a Honeywell International plant that manufactures personal protective equipment, Tuesday, May 5, 2020, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

The number of people diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia in the United States has increased to more than 1.2 million and more than 71,000 people have died. Many states in the United States are unsealing and resuming production. President Trump accepted an interview with the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) yesterday (5th), emphasizing that it is a reasonable move to gradually unblock and restart the economy. There is no problem as long as you maintain social distances and wash your hands frequently. He also said that the new corona virus will disappear by itself, which is contrary to the general consensus in the scientific community.

Trump bluntly said, “There will be more deaths, but whether there is a vaccine or not, the virus will pass. I think our research and development of plague is very smooth.” He bluntly that Americans should regard themselves as “warriors”, not the future I sit in the house every year, and I cannot expect to maintain social distance for a long time.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency ’s internal documents obtained by the New York Times earlier stated that, according to government estimates, after restarting the economy in multiple states, about 3,000 people will still die of new coronary pneumonia as of June 1st, an increase from the current 70%.

The document also pointed out that the authorities expect that the number of new cases in a single day at the end of this month will increase significantly from the current 25,000 cases to 200,000. However, a White House spokesperson denied that the document was a White House document.

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