Coronavirus: U.S. Covid19 death toll hits over 60,000
Coronavirus in the United States has being on the rise with more than 1 million diagnosed cases and at least 60,966 deaths and on a global level it is suspected to be More than 3.1 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
“The only reason the U.S. has reported one million cases of CoronaVirus is that our Testing is sooo much better than any other country in the World, other countries are way behind us in Testing, and therefore show far fewer cases!” President Donald Trump tweeted yesterday
Anthony Fauci, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, warned that if all countermeasures are not in place then we could be in for a bad fall.
“If by that time we have put into place all of the countermeasures that you need to address this, we should do reasonably well,” Fauci said. “If we don’t do that successfully, we could be in for a bad fall and a bad winter.”
Mean while President Trump has signed an executive order declaring meat processing plants “critical infrastructure” to try to keep them open and stave off shortages.