Covid-19 curve flattening signals in the US USA, Says Trump
WASHINGTON: Affirming that the United States continues to make critical progress in the war on the novel, President of the United States Donald trump He said Monday that the number of new daily infections remained stable across the country over the weekend, sending clear evidence that the aggressive strategy to combat it is working.
The United States continues to make critical progress in our war on the virus. Over the weekend, the number of new daily infections remained stable across the country; Hospitalizations are slowing down in hot spots like New York, New Jersey, Michigan and Louisiana, Trump told reporters during his White House press conference on coronavirus.
On Tuesday, 1,334 died in the United States. USA Due to coronavirus and 24,895 new cases were reported. The number was much lower than the deaths that hovered around 2,000 in the last days and more than 30,000 new cases were reported daily.
This is clear evidence that our aggressive strategy to fight the virus is working and that Americans are following the guidelines. It has been incredible what they have done, ”Trump told reporters at the top of his press conference.
So far, 5.8 American lakhs have tested positive for coronavirus, which is nearly equal to the following four countries as a whole: Spain (170,099), Italy (159,516), France (136,779), and Germany (130,772).
The United States, which has become the global access point for coronavirus, has so far reported 23,352 deaths.
This was really a bad week, there are still going to be a lot of deaths, but now we are starting to see that kind of flattening in some areas, particularly in a place that was a hot spot like New York, said Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of the National Institute of Health and a member of the White House Task Force on Coronavirus.
New York City, which has been the epicenter of the coronavirus in the United States. With 10,017 deaths and 195,459 cases, it has now registered fewer deaths and new cases than it did last week.
On Tuesday, 6,765 new city cases were reported against Nearby and more than 10,000 each day and deaths were 722 compared to nearly 1,000 on a daily average last week.
Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo He told reporters during a separate press conference that the worst is over. I think the worst will happen if we remain smart, and I think we can now start on the road to normalcy, and we can have a plan where they start to see how some companies reopen their understanding, understand the delicate balance. he said.
The metropolitan areas of New York and New Jersey represent more than 250,000 cases, said Dr. Deborah Brix, a member of the White House Task Force on the coronavirus in Washington DC.
This level of new cases and deaths has been avoided in other metropolitan areas of the country, including the Chicago and Detroit areas, due to the strict implementation of social mitigation measures and increased health preparedness, including hospital beds. hospital said.
Earlier this month, members of the White House Task Force on Coronaviruses, based on various models, had projected between one lakh and two lakh deaths, even with the implementation of social mitigation measures, which are now it has been extended until April 30.
We hope to be far, far below that number, so it will be a sign that people are doing things right, but it's still a horrible thing worldwide, he said.
Trump told reporters that a new social mitigation guide would be published soon. He claimed that the death toll in the United States is much lower than in Europe, mainly due to steps his administration took to begin a travel ban to China in the last week of January.
So far, the United States has conducted nearly three million tests for the virus, he said, adding that the tests per capita in New York are higher than in the rest of the world.