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Coronavirus: US sends hospital ships to combat New York outbreak – but they’re not ready

Donald Trump states 2 hospital ships will be released to New York, but one is going through maintenence and both do not have a medical team.

Speaking at a now- everyday interview for the coronavirus job-force, Mr Trump stated the ships were preparing to head to New York, to support the health care system to manage the increase of clients.

Although they will not be utilized to reward COVID-19 clients, the ships will assist deal with other individuals to permit health centers to concentrate on dealing with those impacted by the outbreak – expecting a more considerable rise in coronavirus cases.

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President Trump has actually been holding everyday interview on coronavirus

Nevertheless, NBC News, Sky’s US partner, has actually discovered that a minimum of among the ships, the USNS Convenience, is going through upkeep and has no medical team, regardless of the president stating they remained in “tip top shape” and ready for implementation.

The other vessel, the USNS Grace, likewise has no sign of a medical team on board, according to NBC News.

Vice President Mike Pence, who is directing the job-force, has actually likewise asked Americans to delayed optional surgical treatments, to permit health centers to focus resources on the COVID-19 outbreak.

Mr Trump likewise revealed he would sign the Defence Production Act, to motivate makers in the US to offset the shortage in medical materials.

“Right after we finish this conference, I’ll be signing it and it’s prepared to go,” he stated.

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The US federal government is likewise ordering “thousands and thousands” of ventilators, according to the president.

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Discussing a prospective vaccine, he stated that medical trials had actually stepped up which one was now being checked on people – something the World Health Organisation referred to at its own interview in Geneva on Wednesday.

At the US interview, the job-force likewise repeated its call to young individuals to listen to federal government standards that required a 15- day effort to slow the spread of the infection, including that they might be unsuspectingly spreading out the infection – which can be sent by individuals who are asymptomatic.

It comes the exact same day as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau concurred with Mr Trump to close the border in between their countries to stem the rise in North American coronavirus cases.

The US will likewise stop all non- necessary travel throughout its southern border in Mexico.





Coronavirus: Who’s most at danger?

The variety of validated cases in the US stands at 7,324, according to Johns Hopkins University, with 115 deaths.

The nation has actually stopped individuals taking a trip in from the majority of Europe to combat new infections, while numerous cities have actually put shut downs in location to limitation individuals’s motions.

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Adrian is working as the Editor at World Weekly News. He tries to provide our readers with the fastest news from all around the world before anywhere else.

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