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Tesla: Elon Musk Says, “Will Make Ventilators If There’s A Shortage”


David Mudd

“Not Every Hand Will Be Helping Hand, But There Are Still Some Hands Who Helps With No Limits”.

As the entire world is going through a dreadful period and a bad nightmare that no one ever imagined. The coronavirus made the entire world upside down, many cities in USA got suffering through this virus so badly. many helping hands are coming forward to help the world to come out from this pandemic.

And today the Tesla came up with a big heart of providing Ventilators to hospitals in NewYork. Tesla agreed to provide Ventilators if need or occurs shortage.

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Tesla Came Up With Big Heart In Providing Ventilators

As the hospitals are facing a shortage of ventilators because of the coronavirus outbreak, Telsa agreed to provide ventilators. But they also said it will take some time too.

“We will make ventilators if there is a shortage”

“Tesla makes cars with sophisticated HVAC systems. SpaceX makes spacecraft with life support systems. Ventilators are not difficult, but cannot be produced instantly. Which hospitals have these shortages you speak of right now?”

Musk also tweeted on Friday that his companies are “working” on ventilators, he also added that he thinks “they probably won’t be needed.” Besides this Musk, didn’t give any relevant details.

“Yes, we’re working on ventilators, even though I think they probably won’t be needed”

Tweets Of Famous Personalities Over Musk’s Decision:

On March 19, 2020, The Newyork Mayor Bill de Blasio posted about the ventilators and current situation of Newyork.

“New York City is buying! Our country is facing a drastic shortage and we need ventilators ASAP — we will need thousands in this city over the next few weeks,” he wrote. “We’re getting them as fast as we can but we could use your help!”

The world is recording with more than 20 lakhs people affected by COVID-19 and the USA rated with more than 26,000 cases. With the help of these helping hands, there is a chance to save many of the victims.


On Sunday morning of March 22, 2020, the president of America Donald Trump tweeted:

“Ford, General Motors and Tesla are being given the go-ahead to make ventilators and other metal products, FAST! @fema Go for it auto execs, let’s see how good you are? @RepMarkMeadows @GOPLeader @senatemajldr

Musk getting huge applause and appreciation for the decision and the director of Ant-Man Peyton Reed also thanked Musk on the social networking platform on Saturday night for a “truckload” of equipment including masks and gowns that were delivered to UCLA Health.