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The President Has declared a series of charts on Thursday, the safety precautions Americans can take to avoid getting infected by the coronavirus.
The charts to advise where as well as tips for home, work, school, and other places, the people, to wash your hands thoroughly, customize, unnecessary travel, or plans, and you do not have to go to work or school if you feel sick.
The tweets come a day after Trump announced plans to grow the suspension of free travel between the European countries and the United States for 30 days as the fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic continues.
The travel measure enter into force at midnight on Friday, Trump transmitted message from the White house said in a national television on Wednesday. He said the “strong but necessary” restrictions would be for the United Kingdom.
As the Corona Virus continues to spread worldwide, the United States and many other Nations have ravaged enacted tough measures to curb the disease, including blocking foreign visitors from countries by the outbreak.
“I am confident that by counting from training, these harsh measures, we will significantly reduce the threat to our citizens, and we will defeat, ultimately, and quickly, the virus,” said Trump.
The Trump administration has so far been excluded from, travelers from China, where the virus originated last December, and Iran, which has also seen a rise in infections in the United States.
The limitations covered, all foreign citizens who visited those countries within the last 14 days.
The virus has killed over 4,200 people and sickened nearly 120,000 other in the world. Around 1,200 cases in the United States
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In addition to travel restrictions, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), warned Americans to avoid all non-essential travel to several countries, including Italy, which is largely in a lockdown state in the midst of an increase in coronavirus infections.
Other countries-South Korea, China and Iran. The Agency also warned Americans to take measures of additional caution, if you travel to Japan.
Fox News Louis Casiano contributed to this report.