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Instead they acted like good little politicians and passed the buck
WASHINGTON — The Army plans to spend $300 million in a blitz of bonuses and advertising over the next eight months to recruit 6,000 additional soldiers it needs to fill out its ranks.
How could the current administration be so ill prepared that they didn’t have enough safety masks on hand ?
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: Fallingdown
President Trump mentioned at a press briefing the other day how the Obama Administration left the country with empty stockpiles of a lot of things.
Thank you for digging up the specifics and sharing them here with us.
Obama administration dropped the ball. Happy
Strategic National Stockpile and secu- rity countermeasure procurements
(a) Strategic National Stockpile (1) In general
The Secretary, in collaboration with the Di- rector of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and in coordination with the Sec- retary of Homeland Security (referred to in this section as the ‘‘Homeland Security Sec- retary’’), shall maintain a stockpile or stock- piles of drugs, vaccines and other biological products, medical devices, and other supplies in such numbers, types, and amounts as are determined by the Secretary to be appropriate
and practicable, taking into account other available sources, to provide for the emer- gency health security of the United States, in- cluding the emergency health security of chil- dren and other vulnerable populations, in the event of a bioterrorist attack or other public health emergency. The Secretary shall con- duct an annual review (taking into account at- risk individuals) of the contents of the stock- pile, including non-pharmaceutical supplies, and make necessary additions or modifica- tions to the contents based on such review.
Yes. I know.
During those seven years the Obama administration was remiss in their duties .
"In other words, if a doctor in a hospital or emergency room setting wants to prescribe these drugs to treat a patient diagnosed with COVID-19, he or she is still free to do so," Sisolak tweeted.
If the medications are prescribed by a doctor for outpatient use, a code will be tagged on the drugs which will limit users to a 30-day supply only, according to a statement from Sisolak.
He claimed 100% success. Quite remarkable. Hopefully he has some backup for that claim. I'm sure the medical community would like to see it. That's far better than the few actual controlled trials show.
Yet the doctor recently in the lime light for trying to report on it has treated 350 at the time
originally posted by: Fallingdown
a reply to: carewemust
I only heard whispers about the other things a little bit ago .
Do you have any where I can start ?