Trump says coronavirus 'really doesn't affect anyone', as US has highest death toll in world


President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden made different remarks about COVID-19 epidemics in their respective campaigns on Monday. While Trump said the corona virus affects "practically none" because the U.S. death toll has risen to nearly 200,000, Biden said such figures do not become "background noise." can.

Trump says corona virus 'really doesn't affect anyone', as US has highest death toll in world


At an election rally at Ohio's Toledo Express Airport on Monday, Trump said: "We know this now. This [corona virus] affects the elderly, people with heart problems and other problems. If they have other problems, that's it. It's really affected. That's it.

"You know, in some states, thousands of people - no young people. No one under the age of 18, like, nobody. They have a strong immune system, who knows? You see ... your hat is young. Take it, because it's the hell of the immune system. But it doesn't affect anyone in practice. It's amazing. "

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says anyone can catch the corona virus, but the risk of hospitalization and death increases with age, as well as some health benefits. Also for people with special conditions.

Newsweek contacted the White House for comment.

Trump did not mention the milestone of nearly 200,000 deaths, but said his administration saved millions.

The president, who has acknowledged reducing the risk of the corona virus, addressed the crowd in a critical state without a face-to-face swing, and masked supporters stood close behind him. The administration of Republican Gov. Mike Devin has previously said that campaigns do not need to adhere to the state's mask mandate, social distance and crowd limits.

Trump did not mention the milestone of nearly 200,000 deaths, but said his administration saved millions.

The president, who has acknowledged reducing the risk of the corona virus, addressed the crowd in a critical state without a face-to-face swing, and masked supporters stood close behind him. The administration of Republican Gov. Mike Devin has previously said that campaigns do not need to adhere to the state's mask mandate, social distance and crowd limits.


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