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U.S. Centers for Disease Control warns of the outbreak or the return of winter

Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), issued a warning that the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic may have another outbreak this winter. When the flu season is added, it may cause a more serious health crisis than it is now. However, President Trump sang counter-attacks in an attempt to downplay this possibility. Trump has also publicly criticized Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp for pointing out that Kemp approved small shops such as tattoo shops and manicure shops to reopen too quickly, highlighting the gap between the federal government and the state government. The contradiction intensified.

The director of the US Centers for Disease Control warned that the epidemic will come again in winter, and Trump plans to downplay the possibility. 

Regarding the warning that a second wave of outbreaks may occur in Redfield and other medical experts, Trump responded when he hosted the daily press conference at the White House: “We will not reproduce our experience in any way, form or form. Yes. If the epidemic comes back, it will come back in the form of the past, and the scale will be smaller, and we can control it. We will not face what we have experienced in the past two months. “Trump After saying that, he turned and asked Brissy, the anti-epidemic coordinator around him, “Doctor, would you say that there is a great chance that the new coronary pneumonia will not come back?” Briss replied, “We don’t know.”

Infectious disease expert Foch later said at the same press conference: “We will have new coronary pneumonia in the fall. I am convinced whether it is large or small, depending on our response.” Health experts have repeatedly urged the public not to take it lightly and continue to be vigilant and strengthen Health, but Trump’s statement that the virus will no longer constitute a major danger at this time, I am afraid that it will convey a wrong message and make the public slack.

In addition, Trump, who has always been eager to restart economic activities as soon as possible, has publicly criticized the Georgia state government for restarting the economy too quickly at the press conference, pointing out that Kemp did not follow the guidelines of the federal department. Kemp announced earlier that it has approved some shops such as beauty salons, tattoo shops, manicure shops, bowling alleys, etc., and will reopen as soon as possible on Friday. Trump said: “It’s just too fast. I think it’s too fast. They can wait a little longer, just a little longer, not too long, because safety is the most important thing. We must do this.”

According to John Hope of the United States According to the latest data released by Kings University, as of noon on Thursday, there are more than 2.6 million confirmed cases worldwide, and more than 183,000 deaths. More than 840,000 people in the United States have been infected and more than 46,000 have died. Georgia alone has more than 20,000 diagnoses and more than 800 deaths.

The Director General of the World Health Organization Tan Desai said he hopes the Trump administration will reconsider funding for the WHO, because the focus of WHO’s current work is to end the epidemic and save lives. He pointed out that the outbreaks in some parts of Africa, Central America and South America are on the rise, which is worrying. There is no doubt that this virus will exist for a long time, and there is still a long way to go in the future.

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