National ENQ COVID-19 Health Investigation Reports: Should the U.S. Use the Stimulus Package Money to Buy Ventilators, or for Finding Treatments and Cures?
Is a Large Number of Ventilators Required to Fight the Coronavirus, or Should the US Invest in COVID-19 Treatments and Cures?
The local governments and authorities want a huge number of ventilators to feel secure, in case some people will no longer be able to breathe by themselves and, essentially, in case a large number of people will have to be kept alive by the machine, as their last option.
However, the same people asking for a huge number of ventilators confirmed that, regardless of who the patients are, most of them will die if keeping them alive with ventilators was chosen as the treatment solution, even if they’re suffering from other diseases, not related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
National ENQ Reports: Breathing with a Ventilator for Too Long Kills – Governors, Local Government Officials and Experts Confirm That, but Want to Buy More Ventilators to Fight the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
President Donald J. Trump believes the number of ventilators requested by local governments isn’t realistic and, even if 30,000 or 40,000 ventilators are ordered for just one location for people to be kept alive this way, it’s not the right solution. Most doctors and experts agree that real treatments and cures are what people infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19) need.
The medical system and the doctors don’t even want the patients to just be connected to a ventilator and wait until they die – it’s clear to see that more ventilators aren’t the solution.
The following information is the point of view of President Donald J. Trump on the ventilator request:
“I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators. You know, you go into major hospitals sometimes, they’ll have two ventilators. And now all of a sudden they’re saying can we order 30,000 ventilators?”
Answering directly to the request of the 40,000 ventilators for New York City, made by the governor of New York, President Trump added:
“Look, it’s a very bad situation. We haven’t seen anything like it, but the end result is we’ve got to get back to work, and I think we can start by opening up certain parts of the country.”
The interesting part is that even the governor of New York, who asked for the 40,000 ventilators, confirmed that most people kept alive longer on ventilators will die.
So, if most of the people infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19 disease) placed to breathe with ventilators and only kept alive by the machine are going to die because of them, should we allow that? Of course not!
Why not use the money from the stimulus package bill that was just approved to pay for treatments and to find the real coronavirus cure?
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President Trump has made the following statement in this sense:
“I think we can open up sections, quadrants, keep them going until the whole country’s opened up”
He also clarified that it isn’t just what he wants – it’s what so many Americans want, as so many have openly asked to go back to the American way of life. Americans have made it clear that they want to continue living the American Dream and that they don’t want to be locked in their homes for so long, because of long term lockdown measures and orders, just like on house arrest.
President Donald J. Trump’s quote, confirming the Americans want their freedom back, along with their right to work:
“The people want to get back to work. They want to get back.”
National ENQ Reports: New York Request for Ventilators Was Approved, Despite It Not Even Being the Solution to Cure the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infected Patients
Even if there’s obviously a debate and it seems like increasing the number of ventilators isn’t a solution, even if all of the investments should go towards treatments and cures for the coronavirus (COVID-19), President Donald J. Trump and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have still sent 400 ventilators and an additional 4,000, so New York has them, in case there are no more options for the patients.
The National ENQ – NationalENQ.com Health Investigation Team Has the Strong Opinion That Money Should Be Spent with Clear Focus on Real Treatments, and Cures Against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
If the medical system is well organized, the coronavirus (COVID-19 Disease) pandemic death toll will continue to be very low. Germany has a reliable medical system and, even if it isn’t as strong as the one in the USA, it was able to maintain the infected patients’ death rate at 0.5% – comparing to Italy, where the death toll accounts for over 10% of coronavirus (COVID-19) confirmed cases and we can see which one has handled the situation better.
Without doubt, the United States of America has the world’s strongest medical system, as well as the best companies supplying the medical sector with whatever is needed. The U.S. should focus on getting all of the issues organized as fast as possible and getting results at least as good as Germany, if not better – then, people will be able to go back to work and live the American Dream.