Although Trump has his way of doing things, it’s now his daughter who has come up with an idea of 8-day quarantine for the deadly corona outbreak. If things go well the U.S might be opening by Easter.
— Tiffany Ariana Trump (@TiffanyATrump) March 24, 2020
Speaking at the March 24 Town Hall in Fox News he wished to see all the business come back to normal in 19 days (i.e.) on April 12th. The reason is that Easter is a “very special day,” and he’d like to see “packed churches all over our country.”
Trump on why he picked Easter as the day he wants to end strict social distancing and reopen American businesses: "Easter is a very special day for me … Easter Sunday, and you'll have packed churches all over our country." pic.twitter.com/6cXEtW8LmR
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 24, 2020
Trump’s strange declaration comes after days of suggestion from prominent doctors like Dr. Anthony Fauci who said that the deadly COVID-19 is almost destroying the world.
The tweet from his daughter Tiffany who is pursuing law in Georgetown is upsetting where she posted a picture of White House stating that they should stay only for 8 days in quarantine and not the 15 days which is stated by WHO and CDC.
To this, Donald Trump replied back that Tiffany’s info is false to his 75 million fans. Further, the World Health Organization said that the U.S will be the next center to coronavirus pandemic next to Wuhan, China. Approximately 50,000 are said to have COVID-19 and 600 were killed by the virus.
Besides, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stated that prior to an hour of Trump’s speech in Fox News, he said that the state is affected every 3 days and it is gone up to 25,000 which 7% in the whole world and 14,000 have been positive.
Cuomo also stated that: “We haven’t flattened the curve. And the curve is actually increasing,” Cuomo said, dashing any talk of social-distancing ending. “The apex is higher than we thought and the apex is sooner than we thought. That is a bad combination of facts.”
Small businesses power our economy—and President Trump won't let them weather this alone. pic.twitter.com/8pcLgtTxfs
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) March 24, 2020