Donald Trump, the President of the United States, shared the painful reality of the U.S. about the COVID-19 pandemic, and he warned about the upcoming cruel weeks in his presidency. According to dire statistical models explained by senior members of the emergency task force, around 100,000 to 2,40,000 U.S. nationals would face death in the coming few weeks across the country. Trump says that it is the obligation of his designation that he has to bring grave news to the nation.
Former President Ronald Reagan sadly eulogized astronauts after the disaster of 1986. Similarly, John Kennedy, profoundly with broken heart, address the nation during a clash with the Soviet Union over Cuba that threatened to blow up in nuclear war. Likewise, in 2001, George W. Bush narrated the fear of the 9/11 attacks. For many decades not a single U.S. President faced over such an unexpected imminent loss of U.S. nationals a medical emergency as now Trump forced to do the same thing.
During this epidemic outbreak, the experts of the administration modeled the tragic probable death toll numbers snot for the first time. However, the combination of Trump’s remarkably serious behavior and the threatening curve charts of his main public health officials struck a message of alarm absent from former knockabout briefings of Trump.
The unambiguous vision of a president, especially one who ignored and didn’t take the virus seriously for weeks, warning of the imminent decease of a huge number of U.S. nationals condensed the scale of the crisis. In the White House briefing room, the American President said that he wants every national get ready for the upcoming hard days. The briefings of the President mostly be deficient in the elements of self-praise and untrue hope that categorized his severely criticized leadership in the coronavirus crisis.
A multifront battle against COVID-19 intensifies
Donald Trump appeared on a day of grave developments that highlighted the fight with multifront nature against the novel coronavirus. Field hospitals made their setups in Central Park of New York to lessen overcrowding in the hospitals of the city. State authorities begged with the U.S. Federal Government for additional ventilators, and doctors armed to make grey decisions about patients who will live and who will die because of the shortage of the ventilators and other medical machinery.
Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx equipped with presentation slides showing the shooting rise of coronavirus cases in New Jersey and New York in recent past weeks and further narrow curves for other U.S. states. For them, the most decisive moments involved quoting the deceased turn of Italy to a downward curve in infections after several weeks of suffering, reflecting the twisting substance of their message. However, to keep death ration to the lower level of their estimations, they warned that it needs maximum mitigation efforts imperative – including social distancing and staying home as much as possible.
Even with such an administration in place all over the United States – while some states and cities are still not taking the federal government’s advice seriously – there are likely to be the overall death toll will lie between 100,000 and 240,000. Though, Fauci swore not to accept those statistics and to try to keep the death curve below estimations. He said that mitigation efforts took by states as well as the social distancing guidelines from the White House, which extended by Trump until 30th April, working efficiently.
Outcomes Should be better with positive behaviors
Fauci adds that he is hopeful that they will do it better during the next thirty days. Birx requests the whole nation to unite and says that there is no magical vaccine or therapy to cure the patients; it’s just behaviors. Further, Birx says, each of our actions shows something that changes the progression of this pandemic outbreak over the next thirty days.