Donald Trumps Announces 30-Day Travel Ban From Europe Admitting Coronavirus Fears

Rose Advani |Mar 12, 2020

Donald Trumps has released 30-day travel ban from Europe for 30 days excepting the United Kingdom. This shocking decision proved that the president has admitted to Coronavirus fears.

President Donald Trump has announced a shocking 30-day travel ban from Europe in a live national address on March 11. This travel ban will begin on March 13 as the US effort to stop the spread of Covid-19 when this country registered more than 1000 infection cases and 30 deaths.

Donald Trump 30-Day Travel Ban
Donald Trumps Announces 30-Day Travel Ban

Donald Trump announces 30-day travel ban

According to the announcement, all travel from Europe will be banned except for the United Kingdom to the US to stop the transmission of the Coronavirus outbreak. President Trump noted that this is his careful decision when the unpredictable growth of this deadly virus.

The 30-day travel ban gave the world a surprise after the recent statement of Trump that nothing is shut down and life and the economy still go on after giving the evidence of the number of Americans who died from the common flu.

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Donald Trump has given a careful decision at the same time WHO affirms Coronavirus is a Pandemic

Counting to this time, The US had more than 1000 cases of the Covid-19 infection with 30 deaths in the total number of 120,000 cases worldwide. The president said that there are more cases of the virus infection in the states including California, New York, Florida, and Washington and imply that most of the cases were “seeded” by travel from Europe.

Coronavirus is a pandemic

Coming at the same time with Trump’s declaration, the WHO has announced that Coronavirus is a pandemic. General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO director said:

General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO director said
General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO director declared that Coronavirus is a Pandemic

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Along with the 30-day travel ban, Trump states that there will be some changes in the economy to restrict the spread of the virus. The president said that the government will provide “immediate payroll tax relief”. And do not add interest or penalties for the affected people and business.

Recently, Hollywood actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were tested positive with this deadly virus after for the pre-production of the untitled film about Elvis Presley in Australia.

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Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were tested positive with the Covid-19

Coronavirus first case rooted in Wuhan, China then spread many countries across the world, from Asia to Europe. Currently, Europe registered the large outbreaks in Europe are Italy, France, Germany, and Spain. Numerous events in the US are postponed by this deadly virus as the SXSW music festival, the Electronic Entertainment Expo aka E3 in Los Angeles and other events.

>>> related post: BREAKING: Tom Hanks And Wife Rita Wilson Tested Positive For Coronavirus

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