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  • this morning.

  • We all watch something absolutely extraordinary, absolutely inspiring, as the U.

  • S.

  • N s Comfort entered New York Harbor coming here to save the lives of New Yorkers in our hour of need.

  • We've all been through a lot these last few weeks, and we need it.

  • This boost we needed this hope that's being created by our brothers and sisters in the U.

  • S.

  • Navy.

  • A Marine Corps.

  • Everyone who is here toe help us at this crucial moment.

  • This ship arriving is not just on example of help arriving in a physical form.

  • It's not just about the beds and the doctors and the equipment.

  • It's also about hope.

  • It's also about boosting the morale of New Yorkers who are going through so much.

  • It's about saying to our heroes in those hospitals that help has come.

  • That relief is on the way.

  • I can't tell you how much this means.

  • It is so much more than even we realize at this moment that our nation has heard our plea for help here in New York City, and there could not be a better example of all of America pulling for New York City than the arrival of the USNS Comfort some major major moment in this long battle that we will be fighting against the Corona virus.

  • I think there have been times in recent days where a lot of New Yorkers have felt alone live.

  • New Yorkers have felt a sense of not being sure what's coming next.

  • Not being sure of help would come.

  • Well, I want to say to all New Yorkers, we have evidence here.

  • You are not alone.

  • We are not alone.

  • Our nation is helping us in our hour of need.

  • There's a lot of people to thank and you're going to hear from.

  • Two of our really heroes here from the federal government are doing so much for us.

  • You're gonna hear from Rear Admiral John must in a moment and the regional administrator for FEMA, Tom Van Essen, who's well known to all of us in New York City.

  • But I want to thank everyone who was a part of this many.

  • Many people work together and look, we got to remember it's a wartime atmosphere.

  • We all have to pull together.

  • We may have differences in peace time, but to the maxim extent possible, we all have to be as one in wartime.

  • I know our colleagues in the military understand that.

  • We all need to understand that now.

  • So I do want to thank President Trump.

  • I want to thank Secretary Esper.

  • I want to thank Chairman Millie.

  • Everyone at the United States Navy, United States, Marine Corps, United States Coast Guard, all the people at FEMA.

  • So many people, the federal government came together to make this happen and so much more for New York City.

  • I want to thank Governor Cuomo and everyone in the state government who has joined us in pushing from day one for this kind of support.

  • I want to thank from our administration Everyone who worked Thio get the dredging done working with the military, want everyone understand.

  • And Admiral must and will affirm this.

  • This ship is here ahead of schedule because the amazing work of the military, it's here ahead of schedule because the dredging was done faster than anyone knew it could be done to allow this ship to dock.

  • I want to thank everyone in the City Economic Development Corporation, our emergency management team and also, of course, the State Department, Environmental conservation and the Army Corps Engineers.

  • Everyone pulled together.

  • This was supposed to take two weeks to make it possible for this ship to dock.

  • They did it in eight days.

  • And that means help has arrived quicker.

  • And we're gonna be able to do the lifesaving work right now.

  • I want to also thank from the military.

  • One of the leaders did the work to make this moment possible.

  • Marine Corps Colonel Brian Duplessis.

  • Who's with us?

  • Thank you, Colonel.

  • And from my team, Deputy Mayor Raul Pereira.

  • Hence, A for Health and Human Service is in.

  • Commissioner James Handed Department of Veterans Service is Colonel James Hendon.

  • Thank you.

  • So with this ship comes an extraordinary complement of talented individuals and service to our nation.

  • 1200 medical staff and sailors here to help us all 750 beds where you put into play immediately to relieve the pressure on a hospital system.

  • Let me be clear that this is such a crucial part of the plan we're putting in place.

  • But I want to understand the sheer magnitude the plan we need to triple our hospital bed capacity in New York City by May.

  • The number of beds we had a beginning of March have to triple by.

  • May is a daunting task, but we got a big, big boost.

  • The arrival of comfort.

  • This is like adding a whole another hospital to New York City like think of all the big hospitals in New York City, Bellevue and all the other famous hospitals we think of.

  • It's like another one of them just floated right up toe.

  • Help us right now.

  • And I hope New Yorkers know that this is something we've been fighting for.

  • We're going to fight for a lot more help because it's just beginning.

  • My job is always to tell you the truth, and I'll tell you when we get the help we need.

  • And I'll tell you when we need more help.

  • I'll tell you when we're getting into the thick of the battle and I'll tell you when we're coming out of the battle right now, The toughest weeks air still ahead.

  • But we are grateful.

  • We are grateful for every doctor, for every nurse, for every ventilator, for the supplies, for the beds, for everything that's come from the comfort and everything that has come from all over the country, I have to tell you, it's the federal government's the state government, of course, but it's also the companies have come forward, offering help.

  • People.

  • We've never met individuals who come forward with supplies, healthcare workers who have volunteered.

  • It's the United Nations came up with 1/4 1,000,000 surgical masks and got him to us right away.

  • We're seeing amazing offers of help, and people are moving fast to get help to New York City, and we appreciate it.

  • We need it.

  • So let's look forward.

  • Let's pray there's gonna be a lot more days like this when people can see our nation stand bias and then I have firm to you.

  • When the battle is done here, New York City will stand firm for the rest of our nation.

  • New York City will be the first to donate to the rest of our nation.

  • We will send the ventilators, the supplies.

  • We will ask our doctors nurses to go to the front wherever it is in this nation, because our country was there for us and we will be there for our country.

  • Hi, everyone.

  • George Stephanopoulos here.

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USNSコンフォート号がニューヨークに到着 (The USNS Comfort arrives in New York City)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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