On Monday, the White House revealed official guidelines for Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the main suggestions was from 'The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America: 15 days to slow the spread' and advised that people avoid crowds of more than 10 people especially in bars, restaurants, theatres and other public venues.
It should be stated that these demands are not mandatory, which was evident when the president made the announcement surrounded by at least 15 people in the White House press room.
President Trump introduces the new guidelines for Americans that could slow the spread of coronavirus:
1. School fr… https://t.co/lbmwxbFuNV
It's not for us to tell the president of the United States what to do but if he was going to tell the population of his country to avoid large crowds then maybe he shouldn't be offering that advice by surrounding himself with more than a dozen people.
As you can imagine, many were quick to point this out.
there's been a lot of insanely dumb shit during this presidency, but i just want everyone to slowly read the headli… https://t.co/iFHOlOXKCU
I'm assuming 16 is okay though? https://t.co/uYfj0EXuZU
— Brian Tyler Cohen (@Brian Tyler Cohen)
Although we can mock Trump for this, for once his advice is very important and has already seen several major US cities including Philadelphia and San Francisco and states such as Ohio and Maryland calling for complete closure of all bars and restaurants.