U.S. President Donald Trump said the next two weeks will be difficult for his country, but then the Americans “will see the light at the end of the tunnel.
“We will have a very hard two weeks, and then, hopefully, as the experts predict… we will see the light at the end of the tunnel. But it will be two very painful weeks,” Trump said at the briefing, which was broadcast on his Twitter page on March 31.
According to Worldometer, which tracks COVID-19 statistics, 202 countries have been affected by the virus. At the same time, more than 180,000 cases of infection in the U.S. have been detected, 21.4 thousand new infections have been detected per day and more than 3.7 thousand died.