Governors say they still don't have enough equipment to handle the coronavirus outbreak

Governors on the frontlines of coronavirus outbreaks said Sunday they still have an insufficient amount of supplies needed to combat COVID-19, though they said the situation has improved in recent weeks.

"We're fighting to stay ahead on bed capacity, ventilators that are constantly running thin, the medicine you need for those ventilators, the personal protective equipment, and the relief from the bullpen for our health care workers," New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, told CNN. "So, we are every minute of every day on all of those fronts doing everything we can to stay out ahead of it."

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, told ABC that while "everybody has gotten more supplies than we had the week before and the day before.... I’d hate to say that everybody’s completely happy and that we have everything we need."

"I mean everybody still has tremendous needs on personal protective equipment and ventilators and all of these things that you keep hearing about," he added. "Everybody’s fighting to find these things all over the nation and all over the world."

കൊറോണ; ലോക്ക് ഡൗണ്‍ ഡ്യൂട്ടിക്കിടെ പോലീസിനെ ആക്രമിച്ച പ്രതികള്‍ക്ക് വൈറസ് ബാധ സ്ഥിരീകരിച്ചു


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