COvID-19 has revealed the lacking of Trump administration despite visa restrictions the United States has urged medical professionals around the world to apply for Visa.
U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs announced on its official Twitter account that foreign medical professionals particularly those working to treat or mitigate the effects of COVID-19, can approach the nearest US embassy or consulate to request a visa appointment.
“Please note that you must have an approved U.S. non-immigrant or immigrant visa petition (I-129, I-140, or similar) or a certificate of eligibility in an approved exchange visitor program (DS-2019) to apply.” they added.
CLARIFICATION: Please note that you must have an approved U.S. non-immigrant or immigrant visa petition (I-129, I-140, or similar) or a certificate of eligibility in an approved exchange visitor program (DS-2019) to apply. https://t.co/U9uVQ5tz6Q
— Travel – State Dept (@TravelGov) March 27, 2020
It is to be noted that the US has now the maximum coronavirus cases of any country in the planet, it overtakes Italy and China.
United States has now 84,000 infected people, and over 12,00 deaths.
According to the details, People have died in 42 out of the 50 U.S. states, the country’s territories and the District of Columbia (D.C.), as the pandemic spreads.
The sources of App said that New York has become the epicenter in the U.S. and has now reported more than 37,000 infections. The state estimates it will lose $10 billion-$15 billion in revenue.
The U.S. had more than 82,404 cases as of Thursday evening, according to the data, vaulting to the top spot amid ramped up testing.
Experts have raised warnings that the U.S. trajectory is continuing to climb. The U.S. had more than 14,000 new cases on Wednesday, according to a New York Times tracker, and the number of new cases announced each day continues to climb.