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  • Even during this painful week, we see glimmers of very, very strong hope, and this will be very painful week in next week, at least part of next week.

  • But probably all of it look, if one person dies, it's a painful week, and we know that's gonna unfortunately happen.

  • There's a monster we're fighting, but signs are that our strategy is totally working.

  • Every American has a role to play in winning this war, and we're going to be winning it.

  • We're gonna be winning it powerfully, and we'll be prepared for the next one should it happen.

  • But hopefully it won't are.

  • Massive airlift operation for critical supplies.

  • School project airbridge continued today is five massive planes.

  • Flights landed in the United States packed with personal protective equipment, and our nation's heroic health care workers will be the beneficiaries of that 27 more flights of scheduled in the near future.

  • Over the next couple of weeks, the Army Corps of Engineers is constructing facilities that will support more than 15,000 hospital beds to treat patients in need.

  • So they're building now approximately 15,000.

  • They just completed the big One in New York.

  • They just completed enter in the process of continuing in Chicago and many other places.

  • They're incredible.

  • The Army Corps of Engineers.

  • We owe them a lot what they're able to do in such a short period of time.

  • They'll build these massive facilities 2000 beds and four days, so it's really something very special.

  • I know I was in the construction industry, and you don't see that happen very often.

  • We want to remind governors and emergency managers that sharing real time data with us about equipment and their needs is very important.

  • All of their supplies hospital occupancy is critical.

  • A lot of the occupancy is really getting a little bit lower than anticipated.

  • That's good.

  • We sort of thought that was going to happen.

  • And we get along very well with the governor's.

  • This whole situation with respect to talking to us about equipment and equipment, knees giving us a little bit of lead time, so important all the supplies, uh, we're getting it to everybody like they never thought possible.

  • But we'll ensure that we can rapidly deploy federal assets where and when they're needed, especially on ventilators, were actually getting some ventilators back.

  • As you know, the state of California was great.

  • They sent some backwards they won't need and Washington State likewise.

  • And we have some others coming back, so we're using them in areas we need him.

  • We are pressing forward aggressively on the scientific frontier of the medical war wth E Cos I've spoke to the four leading I called the Genius Cos they're doing incredibly well with respect to cures and also with respect to a vaccine that's going to protect us, totally protect us and they have some great potential.

  • It's going to take a little while yet, but they have some great potential, some great early results.

  • And the governor has been working hard and we are working hard with the governor's has been great coordination, especially over the last little while.

  • We're giving them a lot of equipment, a lot of ventilators, but a lot of equipment of all types, and I will protect you of your governor fails.

  • If you have a governor that's failing, we're gonna protect you.

  • But the governors are working well with us over the last period of time.

  • Today in our stockpile event, laters and again we need to stockpile so we can immediately move them from place to place.

  • Wherever the monster hits, it's a monster.

  • We have 8675 ventilators right now in stock, ready to move, and we have all sorts of incredible soldiers.

  • Our military is going to move them should they be needed in.

  • As an example, we need additional in New York or for the New York City area of State of City and spoke to Mayor de Blasio.

  • And we're really have a great, well coordinated campaign with Mayor de Blasio.

  • It's been really good.

  • Spoke to Governor Cuomo has been great coordination, so if they need something we haven't.

  • If Louisiana needs something, we have it.

  • Same thing with Michigan.

  • Same thing with Illinois.

  • There certain spots that are very hot and we'll see what happens.

  • But we'll know pretty much love time.

  • It will be able to move it.

  • In addition to the 8675 ventilators, we have 2200 arriving on April 13th.

  • We have 5500 arriving on May 4th.

  • These are ones that we're building for the most part on.

  • We have, as you know, great companies building them for General Motors, G E.

  • We have really some great companies that are doing it When May 18th we have 12,000.

  • On June 1st, we have 20,000 on June 29th way of 60,000 ventilators coming 66 0 so we have a total of 110,000 ventilators coming over a short period of time.

  • I don't think we'll need them.

  • Hopefully, we won't need them.

  • I don't think we'll need anywhere near them.

  • We'll have them for the future.

  • And we'll also be able to help other countries who are desperate for ventilators.

  • The UK called today and they wanted to know Would it be possible to get 200 we're gonna work it out.

  • We gotta work it out.

  • They've been great borders, United Kingdom, and we're gonna work it out for them.

  • So they wanted 200.

  • They needed him desperately.

  • We now have 10 drugs and active trials, with 15 more soon to follow, as well as two vaccine candidates inactive clinical trials.

  • We'll do whatever it takes to secure needed medical supplies and bring more production of essential medicines.

  • Back to our shores were doing that.

  • We're bringing him back to our shores.

  • A lot of these companies, they went a little bit haywire.

  • They went away from this great country and they had him produced elsewhere, So we're going to start bringing it back.

  • I've been talking about that for a long time, not only with medical, but lots of other things.

  • America continues to perform more tests than any other nation in the world, and I think that's probably why we have more cases.

  • Because when you look at some of these very large countries say, I know that I know for a fact that they have far more cases than we do, but they don't report them.

  • We've performed 1.87 million tested eight, so that's 2,870,000 tests.

  • Think of that one million, 870,000 tests today and there were performing them in a level that nobody's ever seen before.

  • As we announced yesterday, CVS testing sites in Georgia and Rhode Island will be using Abbott Labs.

  • Rapid five minute tests were down to now five minutes to five minute tests so that people can get the results back very quickly and were actively engaging on the problem of increased impacts.

  • There's a real problem and it's showing up very strongly in our data on the African American community and we're doing everything in our power to address this challenge.

  • It's a tremendous challenge.

  • It's terrible and provide support to African American citizens of this country who are going through a lot.

  • But it's been disproportional getting hit very, very hard.

  • In fact, uh, well, we have Tony here.

  • I'd like to maybe have you come up and address that one and then I'll continue.

  • But if you could address that, it would be great.

  • Tony, please.

  • Thank you.

  • Mr President Wei have ah particularly difficult problem of exacerbation of a health disparity.

  • We've known literally forever that diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity and asthma are disproportionately afflicting the minority populations, particularly the African Americans.

  • Unfortunately, when you look at the predisposing conditions that lead to a bad outcome with corona virus, the things that get people into icy use that require intubation and often lead to death they're just those very comb abilities that are unfortunately disproportionately prevalent in the African American population.

  • So we're very concerned about that.

  • It's very sad.

  • It's nothing we can do about it right now except to try and give them the best possible.

  • Care to avoid those complications.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you very much.

  • And I think you're gonna have some pretty accurate numbers over the next few days.

  • Right?

  • But they are vory, They're very nasty numbers, terrible numbers.

Even during this painful week, we see glimmers of very, very strong hope, and this will be very painful week in next week, at least part of next week.

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