According to Washington (CNN) press release, President Donald Trump has test negative for coronavirus. This was made public in a statement from the White House this afternoon.
The president of the US, trump has been tested and proven negative of the pandemic coronavirus. Previously there where widespread rumors of the possibility of Donald trump been positive with the coronavirus. However, due to this affirmative result, the White House has reiterated, the he isn’t positive of the notorious coronavirus.
Furthermore, it was also earlier gathered that Trump publicly said that he knew coronavirus was a pandemic ‘long before’ it was declared
“This is a pandemic. I felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic,” Trump said at a press conference with his coronavirus task force. “All you had to do was look at other countries.”
— Michael Holmes (@holmescnn) March 17, 2020
The president’s comments were in direct response to being asked if he is in conformation; that his eloquence surrounding the coronavirus become more reserved on Monday. Trump disagreed, saying that he always knew the outbreak was “serious.” and also a severe pandemic.
Additionally, it seems the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been smiling especially to the Americans as over thousands of cases have been recorded so far. Currently, New York state coronavirus cases has soar to about 1,700, hospitalizing 19% and in Italy, the coronavirus death toll has surges past 2,500, and as a result of this crisis the WHO has urge the governments to do more as the virus infects more than 184,000 people and has killed at least 7,500 worldwide.
In the US, Tele-health services have already been initiated, to cope and mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus. Additionally, checks have been prepared to be disbursed to affected US citizens across the globe in response to the the impact of these pandemic Covic-19 virus.
According to update from nbcnews live blog, Coronavirus updates: Countries across the world step have up restrictions to combat crisis.
Practically, the number of cases will continue to rise as the state receives more test results.The state is trying everything possible to expand its hospital capacity to handle an influx of cases before infections peak there, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a press conference in Albany.
Based on statistics,New York has 53,000 hospital beds and 3,000 ICU beds, currently less than what the state health officials are predicting will be needed, he said.
Approximately, what this implies is that the state will need 18,600 to 37,200 ICU beds and at least 55,000 hospital beds at the peak of the outbreak across the state, which he predicted will take about 45 days.
“That, my friends, is the problem that we’ve been talking about since the beginning of this exercise,” Cuomo said.
In the past week, the Trump administration has ramped up its efforts to combat the illness that has infected more than 5,600 Americans and caused more than 90 deaths.
Currently, U.S Coronnavirus death toll reaches 100; 5,300 plus cases. Stimulus package has already been prepared o help reduce the effect of the cronavirus pandemic.
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