Trump Thanked The Polish President For Promising To Help The US In The Fight Against The Coronavirus
US President Donald Trump discussed efforts to combat the spread of a new type of coronavirus in a telephone conversation with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda, thanking him for his promise to provide medical assistance to the United States, as follows from the announcement of The White House Press Service.
"President Trump thanked President Duda for promising to send medical supplies and Polish doctors to Chicago to help America fight the virus," the report said.
The leaders also discussed several bilateral and regional issues, and noted their readiness to cooperate" with the EU's participation in fighting the virus and stimulating the global economy."
Earlier, the representative of the office of the President of Poland Krzysztof Szczerski informed that during a telephone conversation between the presidents of the two countries, an agreement was reached to send a group of Polish doctors to the United States to help their American colleagues in the fight against a new type of coronavirus. In addition to supporting local doctors, the mission of Polish doctors will be trained in the treatment of patients with coronavirus.
An outbreak of the new coronavirus disease was recorded in late 2019 in Central China, later spread to most countries and was recognized by who as a pandemic. According to the latest data, more than 2.2 million people were infected in the world, and more than 150 thousand deaths were recorded.
According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 715 thousand cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in the United States, and 37,625 people died.