President Donald Trump has warned that the united States is entering it’s toughest week as the coronavirus case surge over 300,000. “There will be a lot of death, unfortunately, ” he told reporters at the White House on Saturday. “This will be probably the toughest week- between this week and next week.” More than 8000 people have died in US as a result of respiratory illness caused by COVID-19. New York has recorded over 3,500 deaths as at Saturday.
In hard hit Italy, over 15,362 deaths recorded. Spain records over 11,744 deaths.
Consequently, Spain, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates extended restrictions on movements in a bid to contain the virus. Kuwait and Georgia reported their first death from COVID-19.
Globally, the death toll surpassed 60,000 according to the data compiled by Johns Hopkins university and the number of infections rose above 1.2 millions.