US President Donald Trump has cautioned that upwards of 100,000 people could pass away of coronavirus in the US, BBC reports.
Talking at a two-hour virtual “town hall”, Mr. Trump additionally denied that his organization had acted slowly. More than 67,000 people have already died with coronavirus in the US.
Yet, Mr. Trump communicated good faith and positivity about the improvement of a vaccine for coronavirus, saying one would be prepared before the current year’s over.
General health specialists trust it will take a year to year and a half though.
“I think we’re going to have a vaccine by the end of the year. The doctors would say, well you shouldn’t say that. I’ll say what I think… I think we’ll a vaccine sooner rather than later,” he reported.
Among the specialists to differ with this hopeful expects are Dr. Anthony Fauci, the US’s top irresistible disease master, and England’s Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty.