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  • I would like to begin by announcing some important developments in our war against the Chinese virus will be invoking the Defense Production Act just in case we need it.

  • In other words, I think you will know what it is, and it could do a lot of good things if we need it and we will way will have it, Uh, well completed signing it in just a little while.

  • Right after I'm finished with this conference, I'll be signing it.

  • It's prepared to go, so we will be invoking the Defense Production Act.

  • Last week, I signed an emergency declaration under the Stafford Act, which is, you know, we invoked previously in which activated FEMA's National Response Coordination Centre.

  • Femur now is fully engaged at the highest levels.

  • Today, FEMA is activated in every region.

  • We are at level one level, one being the highest level, which we will, uh, work with.

  • And we've been working with theme.

  • I've done a lot of work with FEMA.

  • They're incredible.

  • It's always been on hurricanes or tornadoes.

  • There, right now in Tennessee, a large group working in Tennessee have been incredible.

  • It was tragic event.

  • Alabama last year, also a tornado and then obviously the numerous hurricanes and different locations that were in some cases very devastating.

  • And in every case FEMA came through, This is a very different kind of work for FEMA.

  • But they will come through as they always do.

  • Have tremendous people, tremendous talent in FEMA.

  • We're sending upon request the two hospital ships that being prepared right now the massive ships, they're the big white chips with the Red Cross on the sides.

  • One is called the mercy and the other is called the comfort, and you are in tiptop shape.

  • They soon will be there getting ready to come up to New York.

  • I spoke with Governor Cuomo about it.

  • He's excited about it, and I also, uh, we haven't made the final determinations to where it's gonna go on the West Coast.

  • The comfort is located now in San Diego, and it's going to be will be picking the destination fairly shortly So those two ships air being prepared to go and that could be launched over the next week or so, depending on need.

  • Earlier this week, the first clinical trial of the vaccine candidate for the virus began in Washington State As you probably know, the genetic sequence of the virus was first published in January.

  • But thanks to the unprecedented partnership between the F.

  • D.

  • A.

  • N I H and the private sector, we've reached human trials for the vaccine just eight weeks later.

  • That's a record by many, many months.

  • It used to take years to do this, and now we did it just in a very short while.

  • That's the fastest development in history of what we're doing with regard to the vaccine making very, very big progress.

  • Today, I can announce further steps to expand testing capacity.

  • We're working with several groups to determine if the self swab much easier process than the current process.

  • That's not very, uh, nice.

  • Do I can tell you?

  • Because I did it, But, uh, we have a current process that's a little bit difficult if you haven't done the The groups are working on determining if a self swab by an individual is as effective as the other.

  • The other is very effective, very accurate.

  • But we're going to see if we could do a self swab, which is would be a lot more popular.

  • I can tell you that so, uh, and that would be administered also by a health official.

  • But it would be a lot easier to do.

  • The the, uh, fact is that the health professionals would it would free it would free up a lot.

  • Let me just say self swab is what it is.

  • It's a self.

  • So what do you do it yourself?

  • The other has to be issued by a health professional, and it's something that is quite difficult, and we think it's working out for the self swap.

  • And, uh, if it would test positive that people would go and they would do what they have to do.

  • But we think that's probably working out.

  • I've asked the FDA to cut through the red tape and reduce regulatory barriers.

  • Way are looking at some very exciting things, and I'm gonna be holding a second news conference either.

  • Today we're gonna talk about the FDA.

  • Some things are happening that quite exciting.

  • And, uh, we're gonna be doing that either later today or tomorrow, fairly early tomorrow, so we'll see what happens.

  • But the FDA, my instructions, has been working very, very hard on a number of developments, and we'll be discussing it with you later, today or tomorrow and this afternoon I'll be meeting with nurses on the front lines of the battle against the virus.

  • There truly American heroes, they want to get it done.

  • They're incredible people.

  • So we're going to be meeting with nurses and, uh, actually look forward to that.

  • Very brave.

  • They're taking a lot of risk and they have done an incredible job and they never complained.

  • Today I'm also announcing that the Department of Housing and Urban Development is providing immediate relief to renters and homeowners by suspending all foreclosures and evictions until the end of April.

  • So we're working very closely with Dr Ben Carson and everybody from HUD.

  • Every generation of Americans has been called to make shared sacrifices for the good of the nation.

  • In World War two, young people in their teenage years volunteered to fight.

  • They wanted to fight so badly because they love our country.

  • Workers refused to go home and slept on factory floors to keep assembly lines running.

  • And, you know, the numbers of ships that they built during World War Two to this day has never nothing like that has ever been equal.

  • They were doing ships on a literally on a daily basis.

  • Nobody's ever seen anything like it to this day.

  • Nobody seen anything like that what they were able to do during World War two.

  • And now it's our time.

  • We must sacrifice together because we are all in this together and we'll come through together.

  • It's the invisible enemy that's always the toughest enemy of the Invisible Enemy.

  • But we're going to defeat the invisible enemy.

  • I think we're going to do it even faster than we thought.

  • And it will be a complete victory.

  • It will be a total victory.

  • Uh, so we'll have a second conference again having to do with the FDA and this.

  • I think it's gonna be potentially very exciting news conference, and we will do it as quickly as we can.

  • So whether it's today or tomorrow, you know, with that ask Mike Pence to say a few words and, uh, thank you very much.

  • Thank you, Mr President.

  • The White House Corona Virus Task Force meant this morning and now that we have cases in all 50 states, we're continuing to move out on the president's call to bring the full resources of the federal government a full partnership with every state and territory, the full power of the American economy to support businesses and families.

  • As president says to us, and every day will do whatever it takes.

  • We're all in this together.

  • Yesterday, the president met with the tourism industry executives and also had an engaging discussion with all the top companies in our industrial and medical supply chain.

  • The president, as you all are, were also announced today that by mutual consent of the northern border to Canada, will be closed to non essential travel.

  • This does not include essential travel or the transit of goods.

  • But it was through mutual discussion that took place this morning between the president and prime minister.

  • Trudeau and the Department of Homeland Security will be effectuating.

  • That decision president spoke with some of the nation's top business leaders today again to speak about the supply chain in the country.

  • Uh, and for our part, we're going to be conducting a conference call later today with state and local health officials to renew our ongoing commitment of cooperation and collaboration, a ZA president said last week in signing the Stafford Act.

  • He stood up the National Response Coordination Center and today, at the president's direction of FEMA has gone to Level one.

  • FEMA's mission is to support disasters that are locally executed, state managed and federally supported.

  • And tomorrow the president will be hosting all the nation's governors from a video conference at FEMA to ensure that they have, ah, full connection to all of the activated regions.

  • For FEMA going forward with regard to testing, I'm pleased to report that we're increasing the number of tests being performed by the thousands every day.

  • Thanks to the public private partnership that President Trump forge with commercial laboratories around the country, our health experts tell us to remind every American is important to remember People without symptoms should not get tested.

  • We want to make sure that supply of testing is there for those that need it most, or are symptomatic or in the vulnerable population.

  • Dr.

  • Deborah Birks in a moment will address the progress that we're making on testing the infection rate, our recommendations, every America as well as some important new findings about the impact on youth that we're gaining from data that's coming in from Europe.

  • That will be important away from the White House.

  • We've heard from Donald Trump there.

  • Andi want to take it to the World Health Organization?

  • They're giving their daily news conference now in Geneva.

  • Uh, the terrorists capital Jesus will be, uh, opening the remarks there, and we're expecting the latest figures Globe.

I would like to begin by announcing some important developments in our war against the Chinese virus will be invoking the Defense Production Act just in case we need it.

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トランプ氏、コロナウイルスの蔓延防止に防衛生産法を発動 - BBCニュース (Trump invoke the Defence Production Act to prevent the spread of coronavirus - BBC News)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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