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Trump warns 'a lot of death' next week from COVID-19

Trump warns 'a lot of death' next week from COVID-19”

Exactly what Donald Trump thinks the death toll will be in the upcoming week or weeks he hasn't said. Each stood far apart from one another on the small stage.

"Fears of shortages have led to inflated requests", Trump said of submissions his administration has received to dole out equipment from the strategic national stockpile.

Louisiana officials have said New Orleans is on track to run out of ventilators by next week.

The United States has the world's highest number of known COVID-19 cases. The country reported 681 new deaths on Saturday, down from a peak of nearly 1,000 just over a week ago.

Trump also revisited a familiar message, saying he wants to get the economy up and running as soon as possible.

"Today, in the tragedy of a pandemic, in the face of the many false securities that have now crumbled, in the face of so many hopes betrayed, in the sense of abandonment that weighs upon our hearts, Jesus says to each one of us: "Courage, open your heart to my love", he said.

The total number of global fatalities from the coronavirus pandemic soared past 60,000 on Saturday as US President Donald Trump warned of tough days ahead. "We sincerely hope that everyone gets an opportunity to play this year, and we'll work hard to make that happen as soon as we can".

More than 306,000 people have now tested positive for the CCP virus in the United States and over 8,300 have died, according to a Reuters tally. We're not going to have separation for the rest of our times on the planet. The President recognized the good work being done by many teams and players to care for their communities, workforces, and fan bases across the Nation.

The NBA and National Hockey League seasons have been suspended since March 12, while the MLB had to push back their opening day to an unknown day at this point.

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National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver told those on the call the leagues were the first to shut down and that he and the National Basketball Association would love to lead the way in starting the economy once there was an "all clear" from public health officials, sources familiar with the call told ESPN.

President Trump, Melania Trump, and Barron Trump remain at the White House as the president continues leading the effort to stop the virus. He now serves as a special assistant to the president and as senior associate counsel in the White House.

The legislation signed by Trump last week created the special inspector general position as well as a panel appointed by Congress to monitor how the aid is deployed.

There are more than 311,000 confirmed cases of Coronavirus now. There have been more than 64,000 deaths around the globe and more than 245,900 people have recovered, according to the JHU tracker.

And while the toll is some way off the 15,362 deaths in Italy and the 11,947 deaths in Spain, President Trump warned the worst could still be to come. "Thousands of soldiers, thousands of medical workers, professional, nurses, doctors".

I really believe we probably have never seen anything like these kind of numbers. "They are going into war". Whenever we are ready.

At the same time, the president stressed the U.S. - where infections have surpassed 300,000 - can not remain shut down forever.

On this much we can agree: We want our lives back.



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