Washington: Wednesday, Donald Trump President of United States of America said, the COVID-19 pandemic has worse for USA than Pearl Harbor and 9/11 attack. By commenting this statement, Trump directly blames repeatedly to china, commented “The Outbreak Could have been stopped at the source. Could have been stopped in China”
President Trump said at White House, this coronavirus attack is really worse attack we’ve ever had. This is worse than the Pearl Harbor. This is worse than World Trade Center (9/11 attack). There’s never been an attack like this and it should be never happened again in the future.
On Wednesday, China gave justification at US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo over his claims the Corona virus originated in a laboratory in Wuhan City China, by saying he does not have any proof.
China’s foreign ministry said, “This matter should be handed to scientists and medical professionals, but not by the politicians who lie for their own domestic political ends”. As scientist said previously the virus origins from animals and transfers to humans by meat sold in wet market in Wuhan, where wild animals kill for meat.
Till the date, more than 70,000 Americans died, because of corona virus pandemic. Experts and predicted the count of death will cross 100,000 by the end of May 2020.
American Physician, Tom Frieden
American Physician, Tom Frieden warned US lawmakers to brace for a “long and difficult” war against the corona virus and urged for expanding testing to rein in the pandemic. Tom Frieden said “Until we have an effective vaccine, unless something unexpected happens, our viral enemy will be with us for many months or years.”
Globally corona virus deaths counts are more than 2,50,000 people globally and officially infected count is more than 3,77 million. Experts and scientists said the count is much higher than 3,77 million with limited testing worldwide.
Megan Davies is a reporter for White Pine Tribune. After graduating from the University of Toronto, Megan got an internship at the CBC News and worked as a reporter and editor. Megan has also worked as a reporter for Global Toronto. Megan covers economy and community events for White Pine Tribune.