Trump say’s COVID will go away, while the American economy changes

President Trump has had many different views of the coronavirus pandemic since it has begun. When it began, Trump was anti-masks and said that masks are not effective.

His views on masks changed when he said that everyone should wear masks for the good of all. His coronavirus views are drastically different from his team of medical experts.

Who is right and who is wrong, only time will tell. President Trump’s radical view on the coronavirus is surely making many Americans angry, and many of them agree with him

Trump believes that schools should be re-opened and the economy needs to be opened up again. He says that the coronavirus ‘will go away on its own’. The president said the children are almost immune to COVID-19.

Medical experts that work in Trump’s administration believe the virus will not just go away. We have more cases than ever. And in fact, by December 300000 Americans can die.

Dr Fauci, an infectious diseases expert, said that this week the virus had spread uncontrollably and there is no sign of it stopping.

As the death toll continues to rise by more than a thousand a day, the number of tests performed fell by 3.6 per cent in several US states. These states include Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri and Iowa.

The positive tests results are on the rise in these states. However, according to Trump, the rise in COVID-19 cases is due to the increase in tests. Trump believes that we do not need so many tests and that COVID will go away with time.

Meanwhile, amid the pandemic, American economy experiences changes

While millions of Americans have lost their jobs since the coronavirus pandemic began, the labour market seems to be stabilizing now.

Experts believe that the stabilizing of the labour market may be due to a decrease in COVID-19 cases. In early August, The number of American who applied for unemployment claims has reduced.

A week earlier 1.44 million people applied for unemployment benefits while just after a weak, the number decreased to 1.19 million. The decrease has been the lowest since the pandemic began.

While some companies faced major losses during the pandemic and some had to completely shut down, others performed well and made more profits.

The famous pizza chain Papa John made profits as their sales rose by 28 per cent due to home delivery service during the pandemic. They hired 20000 workers during the pandemic and planned to hire 10000 more.

ViacomCBS Inc., which is a medical company, saw a domestic streaming and digital video revenue rise by 25% to $489 million. Their advertising and publishing revenue fell by 27 and 8 per cent respectively.

As COVID cases decrease, the economy is on the way to stabilization, and more people find employment and jobs. (1)