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Pandemic: Ford, GM, Tesla Given Permission To Make Ventilators Says Trump


David Mudd

US Automakers Given Permission: President of The United States of America, Donald Trump today morning, said that  Ford, GM, Elon Musk’s Tesla permitted to make ventilators.

CoronaVirus is the Pandemic that is taking over that world. Trump says that he always knew the disease is a pandemic – “I’ve felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic.” Trump insisted last week, adopting a newly sombre tone about the crisis enveloping the globe. He is asking the Americans to work from home. By poking the nation’s cities and states to put forward restrictions to promote social distancing. “I’ve always viewed it as very serious.”


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This morning Ford, GM and Tesla are acquiring the “thumbs up” to make ventilators. The ventilators are to assist with reducing a lack amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. President Donald Trump said in a tweet Sunday that finished with a test to auto administrators. To show how great their organizations are.

US Automakers Given Permission

A ventilator is a piece of medical equipment being in use by doctors. This is for the patients suffering from the recent medical situation, COVID-19. In the process of catching the pandemic virus, it affects one’s lungs gravely. This can cause acute respiratory distress syndrome and pneumonia.

The vaccination for the Pandemic is not out yet. Ventilators are the only source through which the current situation can be under control.NYT reported, There are about 160,000 ventilators in the United States and another 12,700 in the National Strategic Supply.

US Automakers Given Permission

Andrew Mark Cuomo, who is the 56th Governor of the USA, has been asked by the President of the federal government to nationalize medical facility acquisition. Instead of leaving it to separate states.

Trump has given an official plead that conjures the Defense Production Act, yet it’s hazy if it has been utilized. Yet, Federal Emergency Management Agency head Peter Gaynor told columnists Sunday that the President has not however requested any organizations to make increasingly necessary supplies.

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