According to Xinhua news agency, New Zealand Prime Minister jessina Aden said on the 18th that US President Donald Trump’s remarks on the New Zealand epidemic were “obviously wrong”. At a campaign rally on the 17th, trump launched a counterattack against his opponents’ criticism of the United States’ poor epidemic prevention by using New Zealand as a model. “Now look at what’s going on in New Zealand,” trump told his supporters. “There’s a big rebound in New Zealand. It’s terrible. We don’t want that to happen. “. New Zealand is one of the countries that took strict “city closure” measures to curb the spread of Xinguan epidemic. As of January 11, there were no new cases in New Zealand for 102 days in a row, but the subsequent emergence of local cases forced the government to tighten the epidemic prevention measures again and announced the postponement of the parliamentary election originally scheduled for September. < / P > < p > in response to trump’s statement, Aden told reporters that Trump’s statement was “obviously wrong”, and the epidemic situation in New Zealand could not be compared with that in the United States. “It’s not hard for anyone who is concerned about the outbreak and its global spread. New Zealand is increasing nine cases a day, which is not comparable to tens of thousands of cases in the United States.” She said. < / P > < p > with a population of about 5 million, 9 new cases were reported on the 17th (Note: nearly 42000 new cases were added in the United States on the same day), 13 new cases were added on the 18th, with a total of 1293 cases and 22 deaths. In the United States, there are more than 5.4 million cases of infection and more than 170000 deaths.