Trump hopes coronavirus leveling-off but advisers take tempered view

Trump hopes coronavirus leveling-off but advisers take tempered view

The president has himself taken two coronavirus tests. But we want to get out of this.

The UK government has said Britain will need 30,000 to get through the coronavirus pandemic.

The White House is also soliciting ideas from business groups in Washington on advising companies about restarting operations, and what guidance would be most beneficial to managers looking to balance workers' safety with a desire to resume operations. Also, the rising rate of infections is straining hospitals and medical centers - especially in NY - that are struggling to care for infected patients and are in desperate need of supplies.

Trump added PM Modi said he would consider the request of releasing the order to the US.

Mr Trump also said the USA was "very far down the line" on developing vaccines for the coronavirus.

"He gave me his point of view, and I fully understood that, and we just had a very friendly conversation", Trump said at his daily press briefing.

'At the moment we have between 9,000 and 10,000 ventilators within the NHS right now and we have the 2,000 spare that are critical care beds with ventilator capacity should people need to come into them and we're ramping that up.

"But we'll have them for the future and we'll also be able to help other countries who are desperate for ventilators". "The NHS has ventilator orders in place with manufacturers around the world which includes those in the USA".

As part of Tracker 19, an RSF project to evaluate COVID-19's impact on journalism by documenting state censorship, the targeting of journalists, and disinformation related to the pandemic, RSF USA has compiled a list of major incidents in which President Trump has attacked journalists for their work covering his administration's response to the pandemic.

The prime minister's spokesperson on Tuesday, April 7 said the United Kingdom had 10,000 medical ventilators, with another 1,000 on order. Health minister Edward Argar said on Wednesday that he is "comfortable, he's stable, he's in good spirits".

Trump said he would appreciate if India facilitates the supply of hydroxychloroquine ordered by the U.S.

However, Johnson's spokesperson rejected the offer on Tuesday, telling reporters "any treatment he receives is a matter for his doctors".

Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

Related Articles

  • ATP and WTA stars to contest virtual Madrid Open

    ATP and WTA stars to contest virtual Madrid Open

    There will be 16 singles players in both the men and women's draws, divided into four groups. A further €50,000 (US$54,000) will go towards reducing the social impact of Covid-19.
    Ontario COVID-19 cases climb over 4000 with 408 more today

    Ontario COVID-19 cases climb over 4000 with 408 more today

    His office blames the shortage on delays in global shipments and "recent restrictions" at the United States border. The province is also reporting outbreaks at 44 Ontario long-term care homes, yesterday there were 36.
    Tesla Shows Off Their New Ventilator Made With Model 3 Parts

    Tesla Shows Off Their New Ventilator Made With Model 3 Parts

    Cuomo has since announced that the Department of Health has approved a process to convert BiPAP machines into ventilators . It's not clear whether the outbreak has reached a plateau in NY or if the number of deaths per day will continue to drop.
  • Easter Bunny an 'essential worker' during virus crisis

    Easter Bunny an 'essential worker' during virus crisis

    Ferrari wasn't having it, making the point that healthcare staff are the real essential workers. Not to worry, said Ardern , 39.
    Tom Brady On Free Agency, Leaving The Patriots, And Joining The Bucs

    Tom Brady On Free Agency, Leaving The Patriots, And Joining The Bucs

    They have since welcomed two children into the world: 10-year-old Benjamin and Vivian Lake, aged seven. Stern brought up his 2004 interview with Trump where they talked about a potential set up.
    National Efforts to Develop Blood-Related COVID-19 Therapies

    National Efforts to Develop Blood-Related COVID-19 Therapies

    Listen as OneBlood's Susan Forbes explains the experimental plasma treatment for COVID-19. Convalescent plasma was also successfully used during the 1918 flu pandemic , he said.
  • IOC clarifies regulations for Tokyo; athletes who already qualified still in

    IOC clarifies regulations for Tokyo; athletes who already qualified still in

    The historic decision to postpone the summer Olympics by 12 months was taken this week amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic . The IOC said that this year's postponement is the first time the Olympics have been postponed during peacetime.
    Coronavirus: US moves towards promoting broader use of face masks

    Coronavirus: US moves towards promoting broader use of face masks

    On Wednesday, Eric Garcetti, the mayor of Los Angeles, advised his city's 4 million people to use masks when they stay in public. This new advisory now recommends that those who aren't feeling sick should still wear a mask, though compliance is voluntary.

    How Technology Changed Gaming

    They are as popular as Fortnite’s second chapter that, according to techradar.com , will be talked about for some time. The gaming industry as a whole now has games with demanding graphics that can be played on a phone as well as on a computer.
  • Ronaldinho Gaucho under house arrest in luxury hotel, enjoys 5-star service

    Ronaldinho Gaucho under house arrest in luxury hotel, enjoys 5-star service

    Ronaldinho has been released from prison following his arrest for allegedly trying to enter Paraguay using a fake passport . The judge said he would permit the pair to move into the Palmaroga hotel in Asuncion while they awaited their trial.
    Norway considers attending OPEC+ meeting on April 9 - oil ministry

    Norway considers attending OPEC+ meeting on April 9 - oil ministry

    USA crude was 65 cents, or 2.3 per cent lower, at $27.69 a barrel, after having earlier been as low as $25.28. Norwegian Oil and Energy Minister Tina Bru later said the oil industry was facing a "perfect storm".
    Kim Kardashian Bleeds, and Kourtney Cries After their Fight

    Kim Kardashian Bleeds, and Kourtney Cries After their Fight

    Even though the fight did not feature Kloe Kourtney in the brawl, she was however accused of acting differently when cameras roll. Khloé meanwhile called her sister out on Twitter in response to Kourtney saying that no one apologizes to her.