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US News USA 2020: Trump declares coronavirus pandemic soon over

13:45  24 october  2020
13:45  24 october  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

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US cases have spread to 44 states involving at least 1,920 patients and 41 deaths.

US President Donald Trump has declared a national emergency over the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic , unlocking additional powers and funding for Trump said that the declaration will free up billion in funding to tackle the spread of the illness. Trump added that he is “asking every hospital

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USA 2020: TRUMP DÉCLARE LA PANDÉMIE DE CORONAVIRUS BIENTÔT TERMINÉE © Reuters / TOM BRENNER USA 2020: TRUMP DECLARES CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC SOON OVER

PENSACOLA / WILMINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday promised supporters the coronavirus pandemic would be over soon and accused Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden of exaggerating the health crisis to scare people away. Americans and get them to vote for him.

Earlier today, Joe Biden attacked Donald Trump over his handling of the coronavirus crisis after researchers said the death toll could more than double in the next four months.

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President Donald Trump declared a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic . The declaration frees up as much as billion in financial resources to assist Americans affected by the outbreak. Stock marked indices sharply rallied during Trump 's press conference , posting their largest

The president's unfailing optimism, over time. President Trump gambled very early and often on the idea that the coronavirus outbreak wouldn’t turn out to be nearly as 1, Trump tested positive for the coronavirus , even as he continued to downplay the severity of the pandemic and suggested that the

A study released Friday by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington said the toll of the COVID-19 epidemic could exceed half a million deaths in the United States by the end February.


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77-year-old Joe Biden was speaking from his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware as senior US President Donald Trump age 74 was in Florida.

"We will soon end this pandemic," said Donald Trump.

Although the US presidential election takes place on November 3, more than 52 million Americans have already voted.

The number of early votes shows both a keen interest in the fate of Donald Trump and a population eager to avoid exposing themselves, on polling day, to COVID-19, a disease that killed more of 221,000 people in the United States.

(Costas Pitas, Jeff Mason, Jarret Renshaw, Andrea Shalal, John Whitesides and Andy Sullivan; French version Camille Raynaud)

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