President TrumpDonald John TrumpUPS, FedEx shut down calls to manage mail-in ballots, caution of substantial problems: report Controversial GOP Georgia candidate tries to distance from QAnon Trump orders TikTok moms and dad business to sell US properties within 90 days MORE on Saturday stated he disagreed with an evaluation from the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that the United States might deal with the “worst fall” from a public health point of view if Americans do not follow guidelines to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus.” You cant compare it to 1917, that was amazing,” Trump continued, referring to the Spanish Influenza pandemic, which contaminated an estimated 500 million individuals around the world and is believed to have killed at least 50 million.As of Saturday evening, the coronavirus had actually contaminated over 21 million worldwide because it emerged in China late last year, and eliminated over 768,000 worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University.The U.S. accounts for the most cases internationally, with over 5.3 million.Redfield in an interview Wednesday with WebMD said that if Americans do not follow public health guidance, the U.S. could face “the worst fall, from a public health point of view, weve ever had actually” offered that a fall COVID-19 surge would coincide with flu season. Trump also continued to project optimism about the economic healing throughout Saturdays news conference, highlighting statistics at the top of the instruction revealing a bounce in retail spending in July and a rise in vehicle production.

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