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  • This'll Week a seemingly on united response in these United States, all coming as the Cove in 19 Pandemic continues its assault, there will be people die.

  • I didn't need to die in parts of the country, empty streets and shuttered shops.

  • In others, it seemed business as usual with my spring break Tonight, a look at the varied responses and attitudes state to state town to town, with some left running to play catch up.

  • I don't think they realize how serious this can be.

  • It's, uh, brutal when you get it earlier this week, with projections that the pandemic could stretch into summer, Vanessa Hudgens drawing ire after posting this video online.

  • It's a virus.

  • I get it like I respect it, but at the same time, like even if everybody gets it like, yeah, people are gonna die just terrible.

  • But like Theatrics later apologized, calling her words insensitive and not appropriate for the situation our country and the world are in right now.

  • And new data released by the CDC showing that it's not just the elderly and vulnerable populations, younger Americans are at risk, too.

  • Nearly 40% of American patients hospitalized for the virus were between the ages of 20 and 54.

  • What's unclear is, if any had pre existing conditions.

  • And you see all these people out just partying and living life and carefree in a way that's irresponsible and not fair.

  • For Amy Driscoll, it's personal.

  • She spent the last week in quarantine, recovering from Cove in 19.

  • She spoke out on Facebook to what she called the nonbelievers, her message going viral.

  • And I just want people to take it seriously and understand that, um, we all have a part to play as of tonight.

  • There are at least 196 reported deaths related to Kobe 19 with more than 14,000 cases in all 50 states.

  • But experts say that number is likely far higher due to the lack of testing in New York.

  • Large sporting venues like Citi Field transformed into makeshift triage zones in anticipation of a crush of patients.

  • This soccer complex, now a temporary hospital in Washington state, where the first death from Cove in 19 was on February 29th.

  • Implementing social distancing has until this week been left largely to individual organization, cities and states.

  • On March 6, south by Southwest became one of the first large scale events to announce the cancellation of its music and film festival.

  • Five days later, the N B A.

  • Suspending all Games after a player on the Utah Jazz tested positive for Cove in 19 then this week on Sunday, the CDC releasing federal guidelines to cancel or postpone events with more than 50 people Social distancing can be incredibly effective, not in isolation but in part of other aggressive containment and mitigation measures.

  • Um, but the key is everyone has to be all in, and states including California, Ohio, Illinois, Massachusetts and Washington, announced the closure of bars and restaurants along with New York City.

  • It's surreal.

  • We're gonna have to wrap up the bar for the foreseeable future.

  • By Monday.

  • An avalanche of school closures blanketing 24 states, followed by Maurin Subsequent days.

  • That same day, President Trump released new guidelines avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people and in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  • These new orders direct all individuals to shelter at their place of residence.

  • Six counties here in northern California taking an extreme step on Lee, allowing essential business to stay open, urging residents to stay indoors.

  • We've been working hard to support our friends who have lost income a CZ well as support local businesses, restaurants, the city's famous Haight Ashbury neighborhood, now a ghost town.

  • What is unusual is the really lack of tourists.

  • Sarah Bunch of shops in close north of San Francisco in Marin County, local grocer Andy Batch is taking extra precautions like disinfecting carts.

  • My biggest concern right now is keeping my employees healthy.

  • The front line, you know, 10,000 customers a week.

  • They are no dealing with them on a day to day basis.

  • But across the country this week, a very different reality on some of the nation's beaches, videos like the's stirring outrage with spring break seemingly in full swing.

  • Get Corona.

  • I get Corona today.

  • I'm not gonna stop me from party.

  • It's up, but we're gonna make the best way enjoying myself.

  • We're seeing now potentially medically reckless behavior on the part of a lot of people who just thought well, in this pocket of the country, I can still go party, go to the beach on Dhe.

  • Everyone else can can social distance, and that's just not responsible in Texas.

  • Just yesterday, the beaches look like this now desolate the governor declaring a public health emergency, issuing locked down orders.

  • There's almost no one out in a boat or anything for college.

  • Senior Jared Dittmer.

  • What started as a fun trip with friends has become one full of uncertainty.

  • We were just at a bar, a club two days ago with hundreds of people and, like we're supposed to go home and potentially give this to our parents or our families or whoever.

  • So it is.

  • It's a really scary time.

  • Right now, I really don't know what we're supposed to do.

  • And we just hope that we can stay safe and get over all this together and in Miami, a different tone as the city closed beaches and parks the state's governor with this on Fox News.

  • The message, I think for spring breakers is at the party's over in Florida.

  • Locals here with a clear message for young people looking to party.

  • Oh, every day the clock is ticking on this virus.

  • We can always look back and say that wasn't necessary or we did too much, but we don't want to be in the other position of saying we should have done more, and we're now being joined by Seema Verma.

  • She heads the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services and is a member of President Trump's Corona Virus Task Force.

  • Thanks for joining us.

  • My pleasure.

  • Thanks for having me.

  • Well, seem I want to start by going back to those alarming images we're seeing.

  • Triage tents set up in Seattle calls for the Army Corps of Engineers to help build emergency hospitals.

  • Is our nation fully prepared to take care of the sick?

  • One of the things that we've been doing is making sure that the health care system is repaired.

  • And that's why the president's emergency declaration that he made last week was so critical for health care system.

  • It gives them a lot more flexibility on the front lines in the hospitals, getting rid of rules and regulations that stand in the way of doctors being able to treat their patients.

  • Today, President Trump was once again optimistic that we have enough respirators on hand, having tapped into the military reserve.

  • But Governor Cuomo of New York said that New York only has about 5000 ventilators and that the state would require more like 30,000.

  • Are you confident that the health care professionals will have the equipment they need?

  • Well, there's efforts going on across the board to increase the supply of ventilators.

  • We heard from the Department of Defense yesterday that they're donating their respirators.

  • There was an important step that we took yesterday around asking the entire medical system to suspend elective surgeries and medical procedures.

  • And this is really important because the surgery centers that we have all across America, they actually have ventilators.

  • And then, secondarily, the president has also said, We're going to we're gonna buy more ventilators and we're talking to manufacturers about how they can increase the supply and production of ventilators.

  • C'mon, tell us about why some cities like San Francisco, are sheltering in place.

  • And yet other places we see spring breakers still gathering at beaches and bars.

  • How do you get the message to everyone to take this seriously?

  • Especially young people?

  • Well, I think we have to look around to see what's happened in other countries and the incredible strain that it's put on their health care system.

  • It really does take every single American playing their part.

  • President Trump Justice.

  • We called for 15 days of social distancing.

  • But what makes you optimistic that that will be effective in Italy?

  • They just added several more weeks to schools being closed.

  • Is that a reality we need to prepare for?

  • Well, I think the important thing is we're gonna have to take this one day at a time, right?

  • So we know right now with the data that we had that these types of mitigation strategies 15 days to slow the spread, all of the advice.

  • And there is the best thing that we can do at this time.

  • But we're gonna have to reevaluate at every turn we don't want to turn into in Italy.

  • And I think what the data shows us is that Italy took a long time to react under the president's leadership.

  • He took very strong, decisive early action, you know, to put travel restrictions in place, and that's had an impact on in terms of the numbers.

  • And today, West President Pence announced the tens of thousands of tests are being performed every day, and yet we're still seeing those long lines of cars in Texas and elsewhere, hearing from people with symptoms who are still having trouble getting a test.

  • How do you dress that gap?

  • Well, you know, we've now started.

  • Think to see an increase in the number of tests.

  • I think we've activated the private market.

  • And every day we're seeing the number of tests go up.

  • Now.

  • That being said, I think the American public should be prepared to see that we're going to see an increase in the number of cases because we are doing more testing.

  • Is there a note of reassurance you wantto give to the country?

  • Well, I do, and I think it's important that we all know that we will get through this.

  • It is hard, it's difficult, and every single person in this country is being impacted.

  • But if we all work together, abide by the guidelines.

  • The faster we do that, the faster that we'll get through this again.

  • Thanks for your time.

  • Appreciate your being here, Seema.

  • Thank you.

  • Hi, everyone.

  • George Stephanopoulos Here.

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