New York: On Monday, U.S. deaths from the coronavirus epidemic rose to more than 3,000, the deadliest day in the country’s growing crisis, and New York is a brilliant 1,000-bed hospital ship from the U.S. Navy. The arrival of cheers and joy, this marked the desperate struggle of the American cities of hope.
According to Reuters statistics, the total death toll in the United States in the severe new milestone marking the spread of the virus reached 3,017, of which at least 540 died on Monday, and the number of reported cases rose to over 163,000.
People in New York and New Jersey line up on either side of the Hudson to refuel the U.S. Navy’s comfort ship. This modified tanker is painted white with a huge red fork and is accompanied by support ships and helicopters Ride past the Statue of Liberty.
The Navy said Comfort will treat non-coronary virus patients, including those in need of surgery and intensive care, to release additional resources to fight the virus.
“It’s a wartime atmosphere and we all have to pull together,” said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who was among the dignitaries to greet the ship’s arrival at the Midtown Manhattan pier.
Hospitals in the New York City area are already full of patients infected with COVID-19, a respiratory disease caused by the virus. Officials called for voluntary medical workers.