USNS Mercy accepting first patients

Mercy accepting first patients

3/30/2020 7:33:00 AM

USNS Mercy accepting first patients

Mercy accepting first patients

(Spc. 2nd Class Abigayle Lutz / U.S. Navy)Sailors assigned to the Mercy transport the first patient from Los Angeles medical facilities.(Spc. 2nd Class Erwin Jacob Miciano / U.S. Navy)U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Brandon Shim guides an ambulance toward the terminal leading to the Navy hospital ship Mercy on Sunday in Los Angeles.

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(Cpl. Alexa M. Hernandez / U.S. Marine Corps)Sailors on the Mercy transport the first patient from Los Angeles medical facilities.(Spc. 2nd Class Erwin Jacob Miciano / U.S. Navy)AdvertisementThe first patient arrives on the Mercy, which is allowing shore-based hospitals to focus their efforts on COVID-19 cases.

(Cpl. Alexa M. Hernandez / U.S. Marine Corps)The Navy hospital ship Mercy leaves port in San Diego. The ship’s 1,000 beds will accept patients who do not have the novel coronavirus from area hospitals in Los Angeles.(Gregory Bull / Associated Press)California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks in front of the Navy hospital ship Mercy after its arrival into the Port of Los Angeles on Friday. Director Mark Ghilarducci of the Office of Emergency Services, left, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and California Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly also attended.

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they don’t look adequately protected 🙏🏼🇺🇸 Thank you USNavy !

Trump calls USNS Comfort leaving for New York a 'message of hope and solidarity'Pres. Donald Trump gave remarks as the USNS Comfort, a ship loaned to the novel coronavirus cause by the U.S. Navy, departed for New York, saying the government is working to 'vanquish the virus.' 1,900+ people have died & over 100,000 people have contracted coronavirus since realDonaldTrump said “We’re going down,not up.We’re going very substantially down, not up.” a month ago.

Two Navy Ships Steam to New York and Los Angeles to Help With PandemicThe USNS Comfort and USNS Mercy will dock in Manhattan and Los Angeles, respectively, to provide a combined thousands of extra beds that will be used for non-Covid-19 cases. Does anyone else see the irony of US naval ships being deployed to the American cities to help with a pandemic? I could be mistaken, but I am sure that such pandemics were always envisioned to take place in other countries and not this ours. Amaxing ships..

Navy Hospital Ship Rushing To New York, Repairs Unfinished, For COVID-19 CrisisTrump is planning a trip to Norfolk Saturday as the USNS Comfort puts to sea, giving him a photo op as the hospital situation in New York becomes a crisis. Trump is planning a trip to Norfolk Saturday...for a photo op Why must he make a spectacle of everything. Don't they have more important things to do then have a ceremony that he can use as a rally? On his way to his extended Easter holiday vacation.

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Trump Considers Enforceable Quarantine in New York, New Jersey and ConnecticutVideo: In comments marking the departure of the USNS Comfort hospital ship to New York, President Trump said he may consider restrictions on travel from the nation’s largest city Can we keep him from leaving Washington DC? God what a PRICK it didn’t even take him two weeks to try to shift blame for this crisis (which is soon to be the worst in the world as a direct result of his lying, downplaying and incompetence) onto New Yorkers and others He may, he may not, he might drop restrictions so he can have 'Easter'.

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