President Donald Trump has conducted a press conference about coronavirus that was held on Wednesday. In his latest White House briefing, Donald Trump has suggested that the coronavirus “may never come back”. He said “I told the governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp that I disagree strongly with his decision to open certain facilities which violate the phase one guidelines for the incredible people of Georgia — they’re incredible people.” Trump also criticized the governor of Georgia for his decision to reopen several different businesses during coronavirus outbreak.
Trump said, “I told the governor very simply that I disagree with his decision, but he has to do what he thinks is right.” He has signed an executive order to temporarily suspend the approval of some green cards. He said that the measure, which contains some exemptions, is to last for 60 days and then could be extended.
Donald Trump plans to reopen the country
Donald Trump has been planning for reopening the country. He wants Americans back into the workplace as quickly as possible. The Antibody testing is just beginning and the FDA chief has warned it’s not yet very accurate. More than 20 million people in America have lost their jobs due to coronavirus outbreak. Trump said that he is seeking to protect American jobs. He also repeated again and again that it’s time to get Americans “back to work.”
The United States presently has 654,301 confirmed cases and 32,186 deaths because of the virus. Donald Trump has suggested some states could reopen this month. Trump said that reopening the US economy would be done “one careful step at a time”. However, he called on state governors to move “very, very quickly, depending on what they want to do”. The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, called the new guidelines “vague and inconsistent”. She said the document did “nothing to make up for the president’s failure to listen to the scientists and produce and distribute national rapid testing”.