United States President, Donald Trump, has warned of more COVID-19 related deaths in the next few days.
Trump said the US would face the toughest two weeks of the pandemic, hence Americans should brace up for the events ahead.
The US President, who spoke with journalists also dismissed insinuations that his administration has not done enough in getting ventilators to patients who need them to survive.
“There’s going to be a lot of death.
“Fears of shortages have led to inflated requests.
“We are coming up to a time that is going to be very horrendous.
“We probably have never seen anything like this kind of numbers.”
Maybe during the war, during World War One or Two or something,” he said.
Currently, the United States has the world’s highest number of COVID-19 with no fewer than 306,000 positive cases and over 8,300 patients dead.