Amid skyrocketing COVID-19 cases in the U.S., President Trump wants U.S. 'opened up' by Easter
The World Health Organization says the United States could become the new epicenter of the coronavirus.
The country is reporting more than 53,000 cases and counting, a day after the death toll jumped by more than a hundred in a single day. Despite the staggering numbers, President Trump wants the U.S. "opened up" in just a few weeks, by Easter.
Iran has reported 92 deaths and 2,922 confirmed cases in the country's coronavirus outbreak. The World Health Organization's Dr. Christoph Hamelmann told CBC News, "We will relatively soon see the full picture of the epidemic, which means that we will have increasing numbers over the next couple of days."
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