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Trump: The next two weeks will be the hardest for the US due to coronavirus

Trump: The next two weeks will be the hardest for the US due to coronavirus

"Waiting for a lot of deaths": The next two weeks will be the hardest for the US due to COVID-19. This was during a regular briefing on Saturday, April 4, President Donald Trump said.

“Probably this and next week will be the hardest and, unfortunately, there will be many deaths.

But there are far fewer deaths than if nothing had been done, but there will be death.

We focus on the most affected regions.

Some of them are obvious, and some are not so obvious.

We want to save lives. We want to lose as few lives as possible, “Trump said.

After that, the American president criticized the media, accusing them of disseminating false information about the coronavirus in the United States.

“It is very important that some media stop spreading false rumors and cause fear and even panic among the public. It's just unbelievable. I could call them (publications), but they are the same.

Always the same. I think they crave popularity.

Stop for a while. Put an end to this (coronavirus epidemic), and then return to your fake news, “Trump said.

Recall that a new type of coronavirus was found in almost 300,000 people in the United States. At the same time, 8,306 people died of the disease, and 902 of them — on the last day.

The Brooklyn doctors declared their readiness to carry garbage bags and raincoats since the authorities did not provide them with the necessary number of medical gowns against the backdrop of the coronavirus epidemic in the United States.

On Sunday, April 5, CNN was informed by SUNY Downstate Medical Center president Wayne Riley.

So, according to the head of the medical center, bathrobes for doctors will last only for a day and a half.

“We cannot wait to be provided with state stock.

As we know, the state reserve is exhausted.

Therefore, we need to be inventive, “said Riley.

At the same time, on Monday, March 31, the mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, said that the supply of medicines and equipment to fight the coronavirus would last for a week.

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, supported the resignation of the captain of the carrier Theodore Roosevelt, Brett Crozier after his letter appeared in the media about the extent of coronavirus infection on the aircraft carrier.

Recall that a letter that a coronavirus outbreak occurred on the ship appeared in the media on Friday, April 3.

Crozier appealed to the command with a request to take more decisive measures to combat the outbreak of coronavirus on board the aircraft carrier. Crozier asked to remove more than 4 thousand sailors from the ship and isolate them.

The command decided that the captain was to blame for the fact that this letter became public.

“This in vain raised the alarm,” said Thomas Modley, commander of the US Navy.

After which the captain was fired. In fact — for the “removal of litter from the hut.”

Trump agrees with this decision.

“It was a five-page letter from the captain. It was everywhere. I don't think it was appropriate.

These are strong, courageous people.

Honestly, I think it looked awful ...

I agree with this decision (on the resignation) by 100%, “Trump said.

Trump believes that the captain did not need to make a stop in Vietnam.

According to the latest data, the number of people infected with coronavirus on board the ship has increased to 155 people. About 1.5 thousand sailors went ashore.

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