Let's continue to look at other countries. First of all, the U.S. originally said that it would only try to stop people from gathering by this month. President Trump stepped back as experts warned that more than 100,000 people could be killed.

First, the situation in the United States will be reported by correspondent Sohn Seok-min of Washington.


Trump's decision to extend the month ahead of the deadline for social distances to avoid meeting more than 10 people.

The hurried wishes for the US economy to revive before Easter on the 12th of next month have also collapsed.

[Trump / President of the United States: We will extend the social distance guidelines by April 30th to slow the spread of the virus. We expect to go the road of recovery until June 1st.]

This is due to the spread in the United States, where there are no signs of improvement, including 140,000 infected and 2,500 killed.

The order to evacuate home has also increased, targeting 220 million, two out of three Americans.

The Korean National Election Commission also ended the referendum in the United States and Canada due to concerns about infection.

The top epidemic in the United States has warned that it could kill more than 100,000 people.

[Dr. Pouch / Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, USA: I don't want to be tied to the numbers, but the death toll can be between 100,000 and 200,000. Millions of infections can occur.]

According to a Reuters poll last week, 81% of Americans said they should extend social distance.

In particular, 70% of Republican supporters also voted to make it more difficult for President Trump to hold on.

Though it can be reflected by flipping a horse, it is judged that it is not bad for the presidential election.

While former Vice President Biden has been caught up in the corona, President Trump is taking the daily live briefing and virtually monopolizing the campaign.

The virtual confrontation gap with former Vice President Biden narrowed to within a new month of error.

(Video coverage: Park Eun-ha, Video editing: Cho Moo-hwan)