US President Donald Trump declared the Coronavirus crisis in the United States nearing its end and demanded an immediate end to the social gap, but the governor of New York called the epidemic a speedy 'built train'.
Donald Trump, who wants to revive his election campaign, said the social visit has hurt the US economy greatly.
According to a Fox News report, he said, "Our country is not ready for shutdown, you can close any country and destroy it."
"I want a country that is open and I see a light until Easter," he said.
The US president said he wants to see a church filled with Easter, which will take place three weeks later on April 12.
Social distance and quarantine measures are being taken almost exclusively throughout the United States, with orders for a third of the population to stay home, which has hampered the world's largest economy.
According to survey results, 74% of Americans have started avoiding large gatherings, while another 48% have abandoned travel plans, which is why airports are now offering desert views.
Another highlight of this shutdown is the presidential election campaign where Donald Trump has to cancel major rallies nationwide.
According to a foreign news agency AFP report, Donald Trump made it clear he was being given too much importance to the Coronavirus and said, "We lose more lives in car accidents. It's not that we tell automobile companies that you stop making cars. '
Donald Trump later retreated from his Easter goal with a pandemic specialist and said, "We will do so when reopening will be limited to parts of the state."