The United States counts 1,200 deaths and is preparing to enter the “most dangerous and sadden week” and calls for a strategy to contain the coronavirus

More than 1,200 people died from the emerging coronavirus in the United States within 24 hours, according to statistics published by Johns Hopkins University on Sunday at 20:30 (Monday 00:30 GMT).

The country reported 337,072 injuries and 9,633 deaths, according to the university.

US President Donald Trump warned that his country was entering a “stage that would be really horrific” with “very bad numbers” in terms of the number of casualties”.

It will probably be the hardest week,” he said, and “many will die.”

The United States is preparing for a week reminiscent of “September 11”, with Covid-19 deaths increasing.

A number of US rulers on Sunday also called on the White House to put in place a national strategy to contain the rapid outbreak of the new corona virus in the country, amid a large increase in the number of deaths, while health authorities warned that this week will be “bad.”

The number of deaths increases in the United States, with New York epidemic reporting hundreds of deaths every day in the country, as hospitals prepare to receive a new tide of the injured.

More than 1,200 people died as a result of the emerging coronavirus in the United States within 24 hours, according to statistics published by Johns Hopkins University on Sunday at 20:30 (Monday 00:30 GMT).

The country reported 337,072 injuries and 9,633 deaths, according to the university.

Anthony Fauci, the top US scientist working on fighting the virus, warned of an imminent “exacerbation” of the epidemic.

He said Americans should prepare for a “bad week” .

“I will not say that the situation is under control,” Fauci told CBS.

That would be a wrong statement.”

Surgeon Jerome Adams seemed more pessimistic, “This will be the most difficult week and the saddest week in the lives of most Americans, frankly”.

“It will be like a Pearl Harbor moment, the moment of September 11, but it will not be in one place,” he told Fox News.

Adams said Americans should continue socializing and stay at home for at least 30 days.

Most countries are subject to isolation measures, while 9 states have not issued similar measures, and the federal government has refused to impose measures at the national level.

And the rulers of some American states warned that the Donald Trump administration did not develop a unified plan to confront the epidemic in the United States.

Michigan State Governor Gretchen Whitmer told Fox News, “The absence of a national strategy on the basis of which one policy is applied in the country, unlike separate policies in each state that depend on who is the ruler as it is now, which I think increases the gravity of the situation in a way that causes Covid-19 to remain For a longer period of time, it leads to more sickness and more loss of life”.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that the state might reach the height of an outbreak this week, warning at the same time that it is unclear whether this will be followed by a rapid decline in infections.

US President Donald Trump warned Saturday that the United States was entering a more “ugly” time with “very bad numbers.”