Coronavirus case in USA – Trump’s Announcement
Finally, Trump has declared Texas and Vermont will begin to reopen from Monday.
On Saturday, the US President, Donald Trump, has said that the Vermont and Texas would allow specific businesses to reopen from Monday, but the precautions had to be abiding by the public to reduce coronavirus case. Montana would start lifting the restrictions from Friday.
The virus was first originated from the Wuhan city of China, and slowly it spread across the globe. According to the data provided by Johns Hopkins University, the globally total affected case at present is more than 2.3 million, and the death case is around 158,600. Among the death people, more than 37,900 are from the USA, and the affected coronavirus case is more than 726,600.
Do governors agree on this decision? Or oppose?
At a daily briefing, Trump says the reporters that they have seen a number of a positive sign that the infection has surpassed the peak value.
Some governors strongly opposed this decision and have given a warning. But they won’t act to reopen the economies until there is more testing.
On Friday, Greg Abbott, the Texas Gov., said that there were some retailers who will be able to continue, pick up their deliveries, and in that way restriction on the elective surgeries would have been easier. On Monday, the parks will open again for the visitors, who have to wear a face mask to stay safe. Also, they have to maintain social distance and other cautions.
More protective gears for healthcare workers
The healthcare workers are demanding more gears for their protection. They are also demanding safer working conditions along with more personal protection equipment to fight the coronavirus case. Both doctors and nurses are on the frontlines and are demanding more protecting staff, PPE, and mask to ensure their safety.