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A National emergency was declared on Corona Virus, which means that for the Americans.
President Trump on Friday declared a national emergency about the Corona Virus outbreak in the midst of the extensive disturbances announces the economy and American life, partnerships with major US to expand the company audit capacities, while he says that he believes that the crisis “will pass.”
The President also announced that he would be tested for coronavirus “pretty soon,” after he tested already in contact with several persons put themselves under quarantine, or positive for the virus.
In the midst of concerns about the availability of Tests for Corona Virus in the whole country, the President of the “drastic increase in the availability of tests, said his government is working on it.”
“We are increasing the announcement of a new partnership with the private sector, and accelerate to test our ability, for the coronavirus” Trump said in the Rose Garden press conference. “We want people to test quickly, if you need to. But we don’t want to make people to the test when we think they shouldn’t do it.”
To the President the Declaration of a national emergency, it means that he is the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, which allows it to mobilise the White house, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the direct Federal-hits aid to the States adopted by disasters and health crises.
“I’m officially a national emergency, two very big words,” Trump explained,. “The action I will take to me, opens up access to up to 50 billion US dollars…and a large amount of money for States, territories, and towns.”
He added: “We have worked very hard on this. We will overcome the threat of the virus.”
According to the latest FEMA report to Congress, the transfer was Feb. 29, 2020, it is $42.6 billion in the Disaster Relief Fund that can be tapped into under a Stafford Act Declaration.
In addition to the Declaration of an emergency under the Stafford Act, the President, an emergency situation was declared under the National Emergencies Act, without it, the Department of Health and Human Services, allows certain requirements related to Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP address of the coronavirus.
During his speech at the Trump was accompanied by the official coronavirus task force, headed by Vice-President of the Pence and the leaders of the major corporations and companies, including Target, Walgreens, Quest Diagnostics and CVS health. Trump said that with the federal emergency authorities, the Food and Drug Administration of a new test for the virus, would be “half a million additional tests have been” approved “at the beginning of next week.”
“Our overarching goal is to stop the spread of the virus and the Americans to help those affected by this,” he said. “Again, we don’t want everyone to do the test.”
He added: “This will pass…It will pass…and we will be all the stronger for it.”
The President also went on to announce that he would be held to the waiver of interest on government loans, and moved to support energy markets through the Director of the Department of energy to purchase oil to fill the strategic petroleum reserve, “‘up to the top.”
WHICH MEANS FOR AN EMERGENCY DECLARATION
Meanwhile, the President said he would ask hospitals in the nation for the activation of the “emergency preparedness plans” and said his designation of a national emergency would allow the HHS Secretary-General Alexander Azar waive “the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations” to give medical professionals and hospitals, the “flexibility” to care for all patients.
The President said that Azar have the ability to enable “telemedicine” remote doctor visits and hospital check-ins, and the ability to waive the hospital stay is limited, as well as an additional office and hospital room.
“You can now do what you want and do what you do, you know, what you need to do now, you have no problem, you will get it done,” Trump said.
The Trump administration has also identified a partnership with the pharmacies, and retailers that make drive-through tests in “critical locations” that public health professionals, he said.
“The goal is to drive the individuals to be able to, and she dabbed, without your car leaving,” Trump said, while thanking Google for creating a website to support the implementation of the drive-through test-taking technology.
Trump said, Google will be done “very quickly” get the site”, in contrast to websites in the past,” he said in a veiled and obvious jab at the Obama administration’s roll-out of healthcare.gov. “Google has more than 1,700 engineers are currently working on it,” Trump said.
But that was not his only jab at the Obama administration Friday. Trump was asked about the H1N1 pandemic–the former President Barack Obama declared a national emergency in 2009.
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“It was nothing like this, and you actually lost said 14,000 people,” Trump, slammed the Obama administration for thinking about the test “much too late”.
“We have it very early, and we have also always said a lot of people,” Trump.
In answer to a question, reminded Trump that the past had examined the administration of “1 million people”, he replied: “she had a very big mistake the flu with the swine. A very big mistake.”
In the last few days, major sports and other events were cancelled or postponed, the company introduced around the country, telework policy, public buildings and schools, the shutters and other disorders, rock the nation, in the midst of the efforts to curb the transmission of the virus.
“We must in the short term, produce victims and long-term profits” Trump said while the cancellation of the national sports praised-to have leagues done “a great service.”
“We are with you every step of the way. No nation is better said equipped-prepared to meet these challenges, as you know,” Trump. “With faith and heart and hope we will succeeed and we win. We are learning very successfully and for the future.”
Every U.S. President since 1976 has declared, a minimum of a national emergency. The former President Obama declared an emergency in 2009, the H1N1 influenza pandemic, and former President George W. Bush declared two national emergencies in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.
Trump’s announcement Friday comes amid conflicting reports on whether another person who came in contact with Trump in recent days, Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro—tested positive.
The President made his decision, told reporters that he has no symptoms of the coronavirus, or COVID-19.
“I have none of the symptoms, the…the White house, the doctors, and there are many of them, say they have no symptoms at all,” Trump said. “And we don’t want to go to that people without symptoms and the test.”
He added: “The test is not insignificant.”
The proclamation of national emergency comes after the world health organization called coronavirus, or COVID-19, a global pandemic.
Following that designation, the President announced a halt to air travel in the United States of Europe, with the exception of flights from the United Kingdom and the ones with the cargo, in an attempt to contain the spread of the virus.
“As you know, Europe was only referred to as the hot spot right now, and we closed it,” Trump said on Friday that the act of questioning whether it was a matter of talent or luck”, at an early stage.
“Call it what you want,” Trump said, noting all the families of the return of Europe “will be subject to the extra screening, or a period of isolation for 14 days.”
Fox News’ John Roberts, Adam Shaw and The Associated Press contributed to this report.