'Instead of trying to figure out how to build a hospital in the middle of a field, we said let's go into an existing facility,' says Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, the Army Corps of Engineers commanding general, about building field hospitals during a pandemic.
Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, Chief of Engineers and commanding general of the Army Corps of Engineers, joins Andrea Mitchell to explain how his team is working to mitigate hospital bed shortages in New York and other hot spots across the country.
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U.S. Army Delays New Recruits' Basic Training Due To CoronavirusThe U.S. Army will not send new recruits to basic training for at least two weeks due to safety concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. Wow the army more responsible than the Wisconsin Supreme Court Well at least they have a plan they can adjust as needed.... We need our uniformed and trained recruits.. maybe we will recieve some real leadership in these recruits due to career changes..god bless all of them... Two weeks, good luck. Months maybe.
A Veteran Army Doctor Explains The Lessons We Need To Win The War Against The Coronavirus PandemicA veteran army doctor explains the lessons we need to win the war against the coronavirus pandemic: ForbesFrontlines Before I read I’m just wondering if lesson one is accepting there will be losses and that not everyone can be saved... seems to be a lesson we don’t even like hearing. I honestly don't give a fuck what a veteran army doctor has to say about it because of the army and how they train their soldiers and their actual point of being soldiers. Sorry. I'll stick to self-taught crap because it's kept me unsick for a while. Yes, but this information was already known, there’s a level of misogyny and xenophobia that caused US doctors not believe the research and findings of other countries - and take action.
Doctor at Central Park field hospital speaks out on treating coronavirus patientsDr. Elliott Tenpenny talks to craigmelvin about the COVID-19 response team at the field hospital set up at Central Park in NYC. 'This virus doesn't just attack older Americans ... this virus doesn't care who you are. It doesn't care how old you are.' craigmelvin Yesterday we learned a Tiger at the Bronx zoo tested positive for the coronavirus. We have right to know if our Neighbors Cat or Dog can kill us.
In coronavirus-stricken Italy, a new field hospital rises at the foot of the AlpsThe coronavirus battle led the Alpini to build a field hospital in Bergamo, Italy. Speaking of high altitudes. Watch this and share A field hospital? Just exactly what kind of results are they expecting to get from such an isolated, makeshift operation? So, Sorry for Italy , all most Speechless . Rome Italy So, Romantic City .Where Opera music & Belet dance used to make Lyrical rhythm in loving artististic mind . Suddenly Cold death took place around the whole City .Spring bloom is there -Wind is mourning . Adriatic Sea crying .
Apple will produce 1 million face shields per week for medical workers'We've launched a companywide effort, bringing together produce designers, engineering, operations and packaging teams, and our suppliers to design produce and ship face shields for health workers,' Cook said. WORLDSTARHIPHOP (NEWS) Awesome. Good thing companies are stepping up. We are all grateful, thank you. Face Shield Pro Max
Florida Man Runs 100 Miles to Raise Money for NYC Run Stores, Hospital WorkersA Florida man ran 100 miles to raise money to support New York City run-specialty stores and NYC Health + Hospitals amidst the coronavirus pandemic. If he did that now, he’d probably be ticketed for unnecessary travel, amirite? (Keep running, everyone! Keep social distancing, but run run run) Finally Florida Man saves the day! 😃