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The former Vice-President Joe Biden said that if he became President, he’d call on the U.S. military “now” to combat the Corona Virus outbreak.
“It is a national emergency. I would call the military,” Biden said on Sunday night at the Democrats’ presidential debate with sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
“You have the ability, the surge protection help, the need of hospitals, and this is necessary in the whole nation. I would make sure that they did exactly that to do what you are ready.”
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To help on the use of the military to combat the Ebola crisis during his tenure as Vice-President in the government of Obama, Biden illuminated “you have done it. You did it in the Ebola crisis. You have done it. You have the ability to build the beds 500-hospitals in TEN, are completely safe and secure.”
The former Vice President last Thursday for the potential use of military resources to combat the pandemic, since he put a proposal in the battle with the coronavirus.
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Some politicians and experts asked in the last few days, why the military was deeply involved in the fight against the virus.
In a New York Times op-ed on Sunday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D-NY, urged President Trump to use, the Army Corps of Engineers, add other medical facilities.