Trump promises an open US economy by Easter, despite the Corona pandemic

US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he hopes to reopen the US economy by mid-April, despite an increase in cases of Coronavirus, reducing the impact of the pandemic, as he did in its early stages by simulating the seasonal flu.

On March 16, Trump and his team made recommendations to residents across the United States to limit social and occupational mixing for fifteen days in an effort to contain the

But President Trump, who is seeking re-election in November, has begun to criticize the economic fallout.

He said in a live broadcast on Fox News that he was seeking US companies to open their doors again by Easter, which will take place on April 12.

He said that he urges Americans to keep practicing social separation, which health experts say is necessary to prevent infection, while they go to work too.

Trump has been widely criticized by Republicans and others for saying he wants to quickly reopen the economy, even as the Pentagon and other agencies expect the outbreak to continue


Trump: Current restrictions imposed by the crown, may result in deaths

US President Donald Trump said earlier that the current restrictions imposed by the widespread of the Coronavirus, which caused the closure of many businesses in many places in the country,

could at the same time lead to deaths.

"We have to get our country back to work. We need to get back to work ... These restrictions are worse than the problem," Trump said.
"And a lot of people, I think, will die if we allow this to continue. We must get back to work as soon as possible. Our people want that," Trump said again.