Washington (Sandhya Jha Intern Journalist): The US President is trying to get the country’s economy back on track by reopening closed businesses due to the Corona outbreak. They are also taking many steps regarding this. The US president, eager for economic reform, has been questioned by Americans for the reopening of non-essential businesses in some states, while the virtual lockdown continues in several states due to the Corona outbreak. On Sunday, Trump attended a virtual town hall hosted by Fox News Channel.
Trump’s advisors believe that the Presidential election to be held in November requires the US President to open businesses for economic reforms. Trump said that we need to get the economy back by opening them safely and do it as soon as possible.
The president acknowledged the fear on both sides of the issue, saying that some Americans were worried about getting sick, while others were worried about losing jobs. The President said that America is doing absolutely fine and that they have saved millions of lives.
States in the US are slowly coming back to normalcy, whereas the states where Corona has more influence are slowing down. Along with this, he has requested to reopen schools and universities. At the same time, health experts believe that it is not right to take such a step until the vaccine is made.
Significantly, more than 11 lakh cases of corona have been registered in America at this time. According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of people infected with the corona epidemic has risen to 11 lakh 57 thousand 687. While the number of those who lost their lives to the virus has reached 67,674. So far, 2 lakh 47 thousand 306 people have died globally due to the Corona epidemic. While the number of people infected with the virus has crossed 3.5 million.