GERMAPHOBE Donald Trump declared "I haven’t touched my face in weeks" at a coronavirus meeting where he also slammed Barak Obama over the outbreak.
Trump revealed his secret to keeping the killer virus at bay during a press briefing with Vice President Mike Pence, as they discussed the outbreak with airline CEOs and testing experts.
"I haven’t touched my face in weeks. It’s been weeks. I miss it," the president quipped, after he blasted the Obama administration during the meeting.
Trump argued that the Obama administration had “made a decision on testing that turned out to be detrimental,” after revealing he had sped up the testing process.
“It was a decision we disagreed with, but we have undone that decision,” he said. Trump's comments about the escalating outbreak comes as ELEVEN Americans succumbed to the killer virus.
Around 2,500 kits were being distributed around the country this week – making 1.5 million tests available after the government approved a process for testing which would allow people to buy testing kits locally.
Vice President Pence also confirmed the Trump administration would be bring in more protective masks for the medical experts caring for coronavirus patients.
Currently there are 148 confirmed cases country wide as the death toll continues to rise on American soil and around the world, where over 3,000 people have died from the deadly disease globally.
Later, Pence assured people the adminstration was doing their best to mitigate the spread earlier today as he touted their "whole-America approach," which included speeding up the testing process.
"We want every American to have access to testing, as soon as possible," said Pence, thanking Trump for the changes her directed through the FDA, allowing state and university labratories to conduct testing.
Earlier, NYS Department of Health Commissioner Dr Howard Zucker and Cuomo revealed a Westchester attorney, his immediate family and their neighbor (who drove him to hospital) were all infected along with at least five others upping NYC's cases to 11.
California also confirmed their first death today in Placer County as cases there surge to almost 50, according to the Los Angeles Times.
More than 50 people in California have been diagnosed in Santa Clara County, Berkeley, Placer County and Orange County as Americans all over the country face disruptions.
Many companies, schools and local governments are being extra cautious to stop the spread, implementing travel restrictions as some firms instruct employees to work remotely.
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