US President Donald Trump announced today that it would extend the 'social distance' guidelines to prevent the spread of Corona19 on the 29th (local time) by another month by the end of April, Reuters reported.

It was said that it would normalize the economic activities of the United States by Easter on April 12, and then stepped back when it faced backlash from health experts.

President Trump held a press conference at the White House on the day before the deadline for social distances, and predicted that the mortality rate in Corona 19 in the United States would peak in less than two weeks, extending the guidelines to April 30 to slow the spread. The.

He also said that the United States will be on the path to recovery by June 1st.

"There's nothing worse than declaring victory before you win the war," he explained. "This will be the biggest loss of all."

In the face of President Trump's presence, the small pity of Anthony Pouch, chief of the National Institute of Allergic and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a member of the National Institutes of Health, affirmed the decision as "a broad and deliberate decision."

President Trump announced on the 16th that as the number of infected people in Corona 19 spread rapidly, he announced guidelines for avoiding gatherings of more than 10 people and refraining from unnecessary travel, and said he would apply it for 15 days.

In recent years, while expressing the confidence that people can protect national health and the economy at the same time, they emphasized that Americans should go back to work and showed their will to normalize their lives such as economic activities until Easter.

However, with the surge of corona19 patients and deaths in the United States from health experts and governors, the easing of guidelines has been countered by premature lapses.

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