USA not to shut down in case of 2nd coronavirus wave

Henrietta Strickland
May 23, 2020

She said her department would have to have a "very serious conversation" with Ford because companies in the state are not supposed to allow people inside their doors without maks, "even the President of the United States". A church in Northern California that defied the governor's orders and held a service on Mother's Day was attended by a person who later tested positive for the coronavirus, exposing more than 180 churchgoers.

In an email to the New York Times, Dr Anthony Fauci said his main intention was to get across 'the danger of trying to open the country prematurely'. "They said not necessary", he said referring to Ford staff. Bill Ford, the great-grandson of Henry Ford, has been the company's executive chairman.

"These are places that hold our society together and keep our people united", he said. You can't do that, ' he said.

In reference to states like California which have not reopened as quickly as others Trump said, "I don't think the people are going to stand for it". "And I'm sending them over".

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended wearing face coverings in public settings where social distancing measures are hard to maintain, and experts on the president's coronavirus task force have said masks are useful in preventing the spread of the virus from those who are unaware they have it.

With Ford just restarting U.S. operations last March 18, this recent fiasco could affect Ford's plans to ramp up production in MI.

Trump praised multiple automakers including Ford, General Motors, General Electric, and Fiat Chrysler, for "blazing a trail to safely restart America's economic engines", and continued to call for a reopening of America. "We're not going to close the country", Trump explained.

The first photo of President Donald Trump wearing a face mask was aired by MSNBC Thursday night. When you look at suicides - I mean, take a look at what's going on.

Trump, pushing to get Americans to put the pandemic behind them and reopen the faltering economy, has never worn a mask in public. "It's a great feeling to know everything we are doing here and each assembly we make is saving somebody's life". "It's standard", Trump said, while speaking at a Michigan Ford factory tour, after a reporter asked if he's concerned about the second wave.

"A never-ending lockdown would invite a public health calamity".

"We're looking at potentially a month or two later that we're going to see the impact", former Baltimore health commissioner Leana Wen told the outlet.

A mask-less Trump was even photographed interacting with Ford officials, all of who had face masks on.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

Discuss This Article