The United States is approaching the “hardest and saddest moment” of the coronavirus pandemic in the country, according to the head of the Commissioner of the Public Health Service of the country and general surgeon, Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, said this Sunday.
Adams, in an interview with Fox News, has spared no comparisons and has assured that the next few weeks could witness a tragedy equivalent to “the bombing of Pearl Harbor” or the “attacks of September 11, 2001”.
“But I want the Americans to understand that, as difficult as it is going to be next week, there is a light at the end of the tunnel,” Adams said.
In the absence of New York to open the new balance sheet on Sunday, the figures from the last hour on Saturday place the United States as the first country, with a difference, by number of cases, 312,000, while more than 8,500 people have died from the disease.
The President of the United States, Donald Trump, described this Sunday a “horrendous” situation. “Between this week and the week to come they will be the hardest days. We are going to see many deaths. Less than if we had not done anything, but many deaths anyway,” he said.