With medical supplies in shortage and many places have little or no ventilators, Governor Kate Brown sent 140 Oregon ventilators. With New York and California being the strongholds of the Democratic party, it was inevitable that our resources here would leave the state and go fight the virus there. New York is the home state to the Clinton family, and many of the most powerful Democrats. We here in Oregon are just the country folk and need to help them city folk, who by all accounts won’t listen to the most recent medical treatment advice to treat the Covid 19 breakout.
With the state complaining of lack of resources and claiming we are in a state of emergency Brown sends 140 ventilators to New York, when Ventilators range in costs from 5k to 50k. That is a lot of butter on the Oregon bisquit, for a state that is primarily Democrat and avoids following the mandated health treatment advice laid out by the most medical professionals, disregarding Chloroquine diphosphate as an effective treatment. Another unusual goings on is that Doctors have been reportedly told to list Covid 19 as the cause of death in any death that could be attributed to it but might not have been the cause. Many think this is a way to pad the stats for those eastern states to get more of the stimulus money for themselves.
As President Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of NIAID gave a press conference at the White House, where they discussed further plans for quarantine and where the country is on the economy. One of the primary concerns for reporters asking them questions was what they thought the death toll would be. Dr. Fauci did agree that the death toll could top 100,000 Americans.
The University of Washington warns the virus will reach it’s peak in two weeks and ending with 152,000 people dead across the country. Their model takes into account the current social distancing guidelines. Some models presented to the President showed the number of dead could rise above 240,000, with others saying it could be as low as 84,000. President Trump has authorized each state’s governor to enact their own guidelines for fighting the virus, he has been providing the relief to those who request it.
Airlines have threatened to stop flights, amid the crisis. They were quickly reminded that they are not eligible for relief money if they stop flying, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has issued a statement to Americans abroad, that it is time to come home. “We do not know how long the commercial flights in your countries may continue to operate,” he said. “We can’t guarantee the U.S. government’s ability to arrange charter flights indefinitely where commercial options no longer exist.”