COVID-19 is likely to worsen in the US before improving, Trump warns; ask to wear a mask

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 COVID-19 is likely to worsen in the US before improving, Trump warns; ask to wear a mask





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Trump also acknowledged the bipartisan criticism of delays in processing test results, and said his government was working to fix the problem.



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They say wearing masks is patriotic, and no one is more patriotic than me, Trump says.

WASHINGTON (AP) — El Presidente Donald Trump tried to present a more optimistic outlook for coronavirus for the nation on Tuesday, but acknowledged that the pandemic will likely worsen for a while, after resuming its daily briefings with the aim of curb erosion of electoral support as new cases of COVID-19 increase in the country.

The event in White House It occurred as Capitol Hill works on the next phase of the federal government’s response to the pandemic. Lawmakers and officials at the presidential residence began negotiations on a multi-billion dollar “phase four” rescue package.

“Unfortunately, it is likely to get worse before it gets better,” Trump said at the White House, but he also boasted a decrease in the number of deaths and progress in vaccines and treatments for COVID-19, which the president repeatedly referred to. occasions like the “Chinese virus”. He also continued to belatedly encourage Americans to wear face masks when it is not possible to maintain a social detachment, “whether they like it or not, they have an impact.”

“I’m getting used to the mask,” he said as he pulled one out of his pocket, after months of insinuating that wearing a mask was a political statement against him.

With just over three months to go until the presidential elections in the United States, Trump hopes that the spotlights will give him an advantage over his Democratic rival Joe Biden. Trump was alone in the White House, without the company of medical or government supply experts, who he previously relied on to explain his government’s response to the public health emergency.

“Vaccines are coming, and they will arrive much sooner than anyone thought was possible,” Trump promised again.






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As early as next week, America’s first possible vaccine will kick off with its final testing phase in a study of 30,000 people to see if it really is safe and effective. Other vaccines have begun smaller, late-stage studies in other countries, and large trials are planned in the United States that will begin each month through fall in hopes of eventually having several vaccines available. People can now start volunteering for the various studies.

Trump also acknowledged the bipartisan criticism of delays in processing test results, and said his government was working to fix the problem.

“We are going to reduce those numbers,” Trump said, saying his government was working to improve the availability of rapid tests, such as those used to protect him at the White House.

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