The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has assured that the task force used to fight the coronavirus pandemic will continue “indefinitely” one day after its chief political officer, Vice President Mike Pence, takes closure for granted would have. imminent.
Pence said Tuesday that “in a reflection of the United States’ tremendous progress” against the virus, the commission it heads is already ahead of the final section of its work, and even the May 25 deadline, Memorial Day in, sets North American country.
Trump on Twitter highlighted on Wednesday that this group “has done a fantastic job” in recent weeks and has suggested that thanks to him, the United States has been able to increase its production of essential products to the extent that it “helps.” can “other countries that are desperate. “
“Because of this success, the working group will continue indefinitely, focusing on the security and reopening of our country in the world,” and investigating possible treatments and vaccines for COVID-19 disease. However, the President has opened the door for possible changes in the members of this commission.
The group was formed in late January, but it wasn’t until a month later that Trump put his government’s “number two”. For weeks, the team held daily press conferences under the close supervision of the President, but were canceled after Trump raised the treatment of the sick with disinfectant and light.