Trump ditches hopes of quick virus bounce-back for US

first_imgMore than 40 percent of the world’spopulation has been asked to stay at home to halt the deadly march of a diseasethat has claimed some 33,880 lives. (AFP) WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump onSunday abandoned his timetable for life returning to normal in the UnitedStates, extending emergency coronavirus restrictions for another month, whileSpain suffered its deadliest day. President Donald Trump says the United States death rate was likely to increase for two weeks and announced “social distancing” guidelines would be in place until at least the end of April. AFPcenter_img Trump, who had hoped to shortly re-openmuch of the US, said the death rate in the country was likely to increase fortwo weeks and announced “social distancing” guidelines would be inplace until at least the end of April.last_img read more

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