When it came to stopping the spread of the coronavirus, the United States needed a clear path for the federal government to work together, President Donald Trump said in a joint news conference with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on Monday.
The two leaders pledged to work toward “coordinating” U.N. action against the pandemic and pledged to focus on the eradication of COVID as soon as possible.
The presidents’ statement, which was read out by the two leaders at a joint press conference, was the most public sign yet of Trump’s willingness to take the fight to China.
But the two nations have been unable to agree on a framework for cooperation, and Trump has yet to make clear how he would work with Xi to prevent the spread and spread of COVI.
“China has a clear plan to deal with the pandemics and they have a clear agenda for that,” Trump said.
“But that’s up to them.”
Trump also said that he wanted to see the United Nations step up efforts to contain the spread, and he said he wants the world to unite in the fight against COVID.
He said he and Xi would “make sure we’re not left behind.”
But there is little in the way of tangible progress on the issue of how to prevent COVID, which has killed more than 4,000 people in the U.”advance, but the virus has been linked to a growing number of new infections, including an outbreak in the United Kingdom.
In the past week, the number of people infected with COVID has risen by a whopping 3.6 million in just five days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
I am not sure we can be complacent,” Trump told reporters on Friday. “
It is a huge challenge.
I am not sure we can be complacent,” Trump told reporters on Friday.
The U.K. has reported more than 8,000 cases and deaths, while China has reported an estimated 1.5 million cases and 1,300 deaths. “
That’s why we are going to be going to China with a lot more people.”
The U.K. has reported more than 8,000 cases and deaths, while China has reported an estimated 1.5 million cases and 1,300 deaths.
The United States is also under threat of a pandemic in Europe, where the spread is already on the rise.
A study released Monday found that the U .
S. has been the world’s largest contributor to the COVID epidemic, accounting for about 20 percent of the cases in the region.
While China and the U esterday said they were in agreement that a path to prevent infection was required, there is a sense in the West that the pandefox may be over, especially since the virus was first detected in China and spread through a raft of countries.