Trump has maintained America's "twist and turn" on the coronavirus


President Trump announced Friday that the United States is "fighting a twist" on the novel coronavirus, expressing optimism about progress on a vaccine and economic recovery, even as health experts say it is in decline during the flu. He also warned of the possibility of another wave of the disease. Weather

Trump has maintained America's "twist and turn" on the coronavirus


At a news conference, Trump cited a jobs report released Friday stating that the US economy added 1.4 million jobs in August, leaving the unemployment rate at 8.4 percent. He described the economic recovery as "unprecedented" and described it as a "super V".

"They were really taking turns. Vaccines are coming. Treatments have already come, but they keep coming," Trump said of the coronavirus.

Trump urged Americans to "be vigilant" on the weekend of the upcoming Labor Day, urging them to socially distance themselves, wear masks, practice good hygiene, and keep gatherings with "such groups." Which you know

The president's remarks came almost a week after he delivered his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention from the White House's South Lawn before a crowd of 1,500 participants, most of whom were not wearing masks or social distances. Were Administration instructions

Trump also pushed for a reduction on Friday after states such as Florida and Arizona saw a significant increase in cases in July after efforts to ease virus-related restrictions and reopen businesses.

The president told reporters that he expects a vaccine to be developed’ by the end of the year, and perhaps in October, before the presidential election.

Trump was later pressured during a news conference to claim that he was listening to the corner of the country, when the University of Washington model tracked through the White House that due to Covid 19 by January next year. The U.S. is recording more than 410,000 deaths.

The president emphasized that his response to the virus, and in particular his decision to ban travel to Europe from March onwards in China and Europe in February, had saved many lives.

"If I'm not close - the number you mentioned, or whatever the number may be, instead of 180, 180,000 - if I go somewhere else, we might have 1.5 or 2 million casualties right now," Trump said. Said the current death toll is over 180,000.

Trump has repeatedly said that if the country does not have the capability to conduct such an investigation, US affairs would be less.

"If we cut our investigation in half, we could halve the number of cases," Trump claimed. Coincidentally, he also suggested that the American view of the virus would be better reflected’ if it simply "drove" New York out of the count, which was the epicenter of the epidemic when all the virus had previously spread to the United States.

Trump has repeatedly downplayed the threat of the virus by offering rosy predictions of his administration's response to the epidemic, as it has come under extensive and constant scrutiny. The poll shows that a large majority of Americans refused to handle Trump's COVID-19, and the campaign virus has become a major issue ahead of the November election.

At last week's GOP convention, the president and other speakers treated the widespread epidemic as if it were in a rearview mirror, describing the administration's response as a success. First Lady Melania Trump was a notable exception, offering condolences to those who have been hurt by the crisis. For his part, President Trump was criticized by Democrats at his convention a week ago for his reaction to the virus.

Health officials, such as Director of Disease Control and Prevention Robert Redfield, have warned that if US health leaders do not follow the guidelines, the fall season could lead to a serious public health crisis.

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