President Trump Measures to Refrain from Going Out March 30 12:28 showing policy to extend until the end of next month
Following the spread of the new coronavirus, President Trump of the United States has announced plans to extend measures to urge the public to refrain from going unnecessarily until the end of next month. He also stated that the mortality rate is likely to peak within the next two weeks, and stated that he would aim for convergence by June.
At a news conference on Tuesday, President Trump announced that he would extend the measures to refrain from attending a rally of more than 10 people and refrain from unnecessary and urgent outings such as eating out for a month until the end of next month.
President Trump has so far expressed his intention to resume economic activity in the middle of next month, but as the situation has worsened and criticism of an early resumption has been raised, the course has been effectively corrected.
"The peak mortality rate is likely to come within two weeks," Trump said.
Dr. Fouch, a government response team on the number of deaths, said in a TV interview that `` millions are infected and 100,000 to 200,000 can die, '' Trump said. "If no action is taken, the number of deaths can reach 2.2 million. If it is reduced to 100,000, it will be good."
He further stated, "We are making good progress toward recovery by June 1," and stated his intention to aim for convergence by June.
In the U.S., the number of infected people has increased rapidly and official weekend statistics have not been updated, but Johns Hopkins University reports that the number of infected people was 140,000 in the U.S. as of 10:30 AM Japan time. There are 2328 people and 2489 have died.