President Trump said moments ago Americans should not gather in group of ten or more going forward after speaking with Governors throughout the United States, Your Content can report.
‘I spoke with our Nation’s Governors and this afternoon we’re announcing new guidelines for every American to follow over the next fifteen days as we combat the virus – each and everyone of us has a critical role to play,’ declared President Trump. ‘We’ve toughened the guidelines and blunt the infection now. Therefore my administration is recommending that all Americans including the young and healthy work to engage in schooling from home if possible, avoid gathering in groups of more than ten people, avoid discretionary travel and avoid eating at bars, restaurants and public food courts.’
‘If everyone makes this change and critical sacrifices we will rally together as one nation and beat the virus and have a celebration all together. It’s an invisible enemy.’
‘Well the United States may be heading into a recession,’ declared President Trump, but said there will be a surge after the recession.
‘We hope we don’t have to do domestic travel restrictions but it’s certainly something we’ve talked about everyday,’ he continued.
‘If someone in the household is infected everyone in the house should quarantine,’ said Dr. Berks. ‘We really want people to be separated right now.’
Documents revealing the plan are captured below.
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Today, President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence led a discussion with the Governors of more than 50 States and territories and the Mayor of the District of Columbia to provide an update from the White House Coronavirus Task Force and to continue the whole-of-government response to, preparation for, and mitigation of COVID-19.
The President discussed the unprecedented actions taken and funding being provided at every level of government to meet this historic challenge. The Vice President encouraged Governors to thank exemplary American businesses, individuals, health, and emergency officials, and communities of faith who are doing what they can to “flatten the curve” in this all-of-America effort. Both the President and Vice President thanked Governors, State, and local leaders for their tireless work.