Trump rejected reports claiming to reach 3,000 in June

In its report, Johns Hopkins University introduced new coronovirus cases in the US reaching 200,000 by June 1 and presenting more than 3,000 fatalities.President Donald Trump and the White House on Tuesday dismissed a report that said the daily US death toll due to coronovirus could reach 3,000 in June.America's death from coronavirus was close to 70,000 on Tuesday, and there were more than 1.2 million confirmed cases.

However, many states have started flattening reports of new cases and declining mortality. As a result, many states have announced plans to open their economy in a phased manner.“Those estimates are without any mitigation. We are mitigating, ”Trump told reporters before boarding an Air Force one at Joint Base Andrews en route to Arizona.
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White House press secretary Kayle McKenney said in a statement that the Johns Hopkins study is being factually pushed by the media, based on flawed assumptions and not representative of any kind of federal government projections.


John Hopkins University said in a separate statement that the research it had done for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was to assist in planning different scenarios and was not to be used for official forecasting.

The New York Times was the first newspaper to report about it on Monday.

"As Johns Hopkins said, should not be taken as a forecast," McEnany said.

"The study considered zero mitigation, meaning that although there were no federal guidelines, no contract tracing, no extension of testing, all of the shelters of the location protocol were set out in a phased approach to the opening protocol. Removing guidelines co-morbid for America, ”she said.

"The media should be more responsible in its reporting and give the full set of information to the American public," McKenney said.

In its report, Johns Hopkins University introduced new coronovirus cases in the US reaching 200,000 by June 1 and presenting more than 3,000 fatalities.
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