On Tuesday, President Donald Trump tried to be in the shoes of a shrewd pioneer who gave up his leadership role and brought together people who saw the coronavirus as a simple flu and pleaded for life to go on.
He didn’t say he was the most amazing person in this meeting.
The Long Race Krump Coronavirus Q&A session contained a standard stream of obvious false cases. In any case, he began to notice the brutality of the great story he consulted – a nervous attempt to erase the memory of his constant attempts to offer coronaviruses was not an emergency.
M. Trump spoke frankly on Tuesday about the projections that 100,000 to 240,000 Americans could take the bait, whether or not people follow government rules to slow the spread. In any case, it has also drawn our attention to the fact that it has prevented a much greater loss of life by affecting 2.2 million people, thus drawing attention to the infection much more than usual.
Think about what would have happened if we hadn’t done anything. That is, I had many companions – specialists – people with incredible, very good judgment, they said: Why don’t we dare? A lot of people have said it – a lot of people have thought about it. Brave. Don’t try to do anything, just be brave and think this season is the cold virus. But it’s not the flu. It’s terrible, he says.
This trump card has repeatedly advised Americans in January and February to consider the coronavirus as the flu virus of the season.
At a meeting about coronaviruses on the 26th. February, for example, Tromp said all the companions: It’s the flu. It’s like a flu; you treat it like a flu now; it’s like a normal flu for which we have flu jabs. In principle, we’re also going to get the flu very soon.
Just four days ago, on the 27th. In March he said it could be called coronavirus flu or an infection or germ.
Dr. Trump never used the term courageously when it came to minimizing the coronavirus – and yet he conveyed the same hypothesis. Already in the second seven-day period in March, Mr Trump was in favour of controlling the infection without taking emergency measures to control it.
A year ago, 37,000 Americans walked into the abyss of a normal flu. Every year it’s between 27,000 and 70,000. Nothing is complete, life and the economy go on. So far, 546 cases of coronavirus use have been confirmed, with 22 passages. Mars. Count! According to CNN, at 9:00. In March, 565 cases were confirmed.
After receiving information about the time he made his report on the coronavirus, Dr. Trump said that at that time, individuals, even specialists, did not know much about the coronavirus.
Although much remains to be learned about the infection, Trump continued his efforts to minimize the infection in late February and early March, when experts inside and outside the legislature and many laymen realized that the infection was much more terrible than this season’s cold virus and that the United States would likely face an extreme problem.
On Tuesday Trump also accused New York City of a bad start in the fight against the infection – New York pioneers were certainly chosen. While New York and the pioneers of the state have been criticized for not taking faster action against the coronavirus, Trump himself did nothing logical in January and February that led to political pioneers or Americans to see the infection as a major risk – let alone to take real action. In addition, his organisation was effectively imprisoned for taking an early measure that experts say may have had a real impact on the control of the infection before it spreads widely, such as sending a large number of testing tools.
Here’s some truth checks on Tuesday’s business:
Jungle Fever Drugs
Tuesday’s trump card once again hit the enemy of the intestinal diseases, reassured as a potentially convincing treatment for the coronavirus and praised their safety, despite the lack of logical research on the subject.
That was a long time ago, Trump said of hydroxychloroquine and the related drug, hydroxychloroquine. An extraordinarily amazing recovery. But he was there, so he tried, like you knew it wouldn’t kill you.
Reality first: Trump is correct that the drugs have been available for some time, but it is not reasonable to claim that they are safe for Covid-19 patients. The authorities responsible for public welfare have stated that the tests have not yet been completed and that preliminary investigations are taking place.
At the end of the week, the Food and Drug Administration granted specialists a crisis authorisation for the use of drugs in outpatient clinics for the limited organisation of the 19 Covida cases. Several doctors have recently used jungle fever medication to treat patients with coronavirus.
Drugs are used to safely prevent and treat intestinal diseases, as well as lupus and various other diseases. However, there is no logical information to show that they are doing well for coronavirus patients. There is no evidence to support Dr Trump’s claim that patients with Covid-19 do not bite the dust at the time of treatment. The drug may cause cardiovascular symptoms, including sporadic heartbeats, which experts believe may be particularly risky for patients with Covid-19.
The first trials are currently under way in New York, the most affected area of the United States with more than 75,000 cases.
It’s not the first time Trump’s made that remark. Informing him about the drugs was probably more idealistic than informing the general welfare authorities who attended the daily meetings in the White House.
We’ve stopped the whole of Europe, Trump said about the travel restrictions his organization introduced to slow the spread of the coronavirus. He went on to say that he had prevented travelling from Italy before imposing more extensive European travel restrictions.
We started with some parts of Italy and then with the whole of Italy, according to the trump card. That’s where we saw Spain. Then I said: Stop Europe, and if we stop Europe. We have to stop them from coming here.
Reality first: This asset did not make it possible to bring forward the traffic bans in order to limit travel from Europe on a larger scale. In addition, Mr Trump’s travel restrictions, which were mentioned in prime time in the Oval Office’s speech on 11 March, had a negative effect on the public. The measures announced on 3 March had no significant impact on all European countries and contained several exceptions.
In February, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs warned of (a ban on) travel in the clearly Italian areas most affected by the coronavirus, but Mr Trump only warned against reconsidering travel to the rest of Italy and did not impose any specific restriction on travel from Spain or Italy in general, before imposing restrictions on travel from all over Europe.
The wider European travel ban applies to the 26 countries of the Schengen area, a European zone where people can move freely within borders without being checked at the border. Although Trump initially recognised the United Kingdom as an exempted country, other countries outside the Schengen area are exempt from restrictions: Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Serbia, Armenia, Montenegro, Belarus and Russia. Since the 14th. The boycott was extended on 1 March to foreigners leaving the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Moreover, the restrictions did not apply to Americans returning from Europe, nor to the anonymous American occupiers and some relatives of both residents and eternal devils.
Here you will find step-by-step information on European travel restrictions.
Trump says the coronavirus infection is unclear.
During the press conference, Dr. Trump argued that at first it was not clear how contagious the coronavirus was. The only thing nobody really thought about was how contagious the infection was, he said. It’s incredibly contagious and nobody gets it.
Reality first: It is misleading to recommend that no one knows how contagious the coronavirus is. It is not yet clear what period Trump was talking about, because at the end of January and February specialists and social workers warned that the infection was probably highly contagious.
The 23rd. On 1 January, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention expressed concern about the lack of data and information from China, in particular on the risk of infection.
The 26th. On 1 January, the Chinese social pastor warned that people could spread the infection before they would experience side effects, which would make it much more difficult to sustain the disease. An experienced consultant from the U.S. Department of Welfare passed on this data to CNN, which was a clear advantage.
As soon as I heard that, I thought: Gracious, it’s more unfortunate than we thought. That means the disease is much more contagious than we originally thought, said Dr. William Schaffner, a long-term advisor to the CDC at the time.
A day later, the CDC noted that there is still no clear evidence that the coronavirus can be transmitted by people who need side effects, but it was an opportunity for the authorities to investigate the issue of welfare.
The 28th. Former CDC CEO Tom Frieden told Bloomberg News on January 1 that it was a real plague, and said the infection was more contagious than SARS. So the imaginable results here range from horrible to incredibly horrible, Frieden said.
The most significant case of individual transfer to the United States was reported on the 30th. January included.
Seven. In February, a study published in the JAMA Clinical Journal showed that 41% of the 138 patients initially screened at a medical clinic in Wuhan, China, dared to be treated at this emergency clinic. The results of the research showed that the infection was irresistible. Earlier, in February, several specialists warned of the idea of an infection.
A few days after that, on the 12th. In February, Dr. Nancy Messonier, executive director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, warned that the U.S. should be established for this new infection to increase the reliable balance in the nation, and that sooner or later we are likely to see the network expand to the United States or to several countries.