4 June 2020

Trump won't close the US in case of 2nd coronavirus wave

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On a visit to a Ford manufacturing plant in Michigan, Donald Trump expressed confidence that the US will not need to implement social distancing measures again this year – even if the coronavirus poses a renewed threat in the fall and winter. reports citing foreign media that asked if he was concerned about a potential second wave, Mr. Trump answered that localized outbreaks would be easy enough to handle and that a shutdown comparable to the one currently underway would not be necessary to keep Americans safe.

2020.05.22 / 15:27
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