Hundreds of people in EE. UU. come out to the street and protest by Covid

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Hundreds of people ventured to demonstrate against the extension of the confinement in the united States, encouraged by the president Donald Trump, despite the fact that your country holds nearly one-fourth of the over 157,000 deaths COVID-19 it has caused up until this Saturday in the world.

And while several u.s. cities had protests, began a megaconcierto through the Internet to relieve the confinement that kept close to 4,500 million people, more than half of the world’s population.

The concert is virtual, in support of the staff of the health in the world, meets among others, stars such as Taylor Swift, The Rolling Stones, Annie Lennox, Luis Fonsi, Elton John, Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder and Billie Eilish.

In the united States, hundreds of protesters challenged in the streets by the authorities of the united democrats support the measures of confinement.

About 400 people gathered under a cold rain in Concord, New Hampshire, many on foot and others in their cars, to protest against the quarantine is prolonged in a state with relatively few confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Similar protests occurred in other american cities, as Annapolis, Marylandor in Austin, Texas.

I release to Minnesota!”, “I release to Michigan!”, “I release Viginia!“the cheered Trump on Twitter.

In the meantime, the state of New York, the epicentre of the pandemic in the united States, recorded the lowest number of deaths in the last two weeks, with 540 in the last 24 hours, though governor Andrew Cuomo he warned that this apparent improvement must be taken with pliers, as there were at the same time 2,000 new hospitalizations.