Us to open soon as the peak is passed, Trump says

Us to open soon as the peak is passed, Trump says

The administration of Trump has decided to proceed to reopen the U.S. on 1 May, and some states may be open before 1 May.


“We’ll be the comeback kids, all of us,” the president said. “We want to get our country back.”


When questioned about the threats of reopening the U.S. too soon, PMTrump said: “There’s also death involved in keeping it closed.”

He cited mental health issues, saying suicide hotlines were “exploding” as the economy froze.

The unemployment rate is at a record level in the U.S. as millions of people have lost their jobs.

According to government statistics released on Wednesday, the Retail sale rate declined by up to 8.7 % in March, which a big downfall in U.S. development tracking began in 1992.

Meanwhile, the governors of Connecticut, Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania order the public to wear a mask as they will move in the country next week.

Media caption Coronavirus: The unexpected items deemed “essential.”

“We are going to be getting back to normal – it will be a new normal,” Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont said.

On Wednesday, large gatherings such as sports events and concerts would probably not be allowed in the city until 2021. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said.


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