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Readout from the Governors Briefing on COVID-19 Response & Re-Opening Efforts
| May 26, 2020
| White House
Posted on 05/27/2020 5:07:38 PM PDT by ransomnote
Today, Vice President Mike Pence led a discussion with the chief executives of approximately 50 States, territories, and the city of Washington, DC, and the White House Coronavirus Task Force to discuss best practices and continue the dialogue on the important Federal-State partnership on COVID-19 response, recovery, and re-opening efforts.
Vice President Pence led a discussion of best practices from our Nation’s governors on re-open strategies, expanding testing capacity, and supply chain management. In addition to the Vice President, governors heard from White House Coronavirus Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx on maximizing testing and outbreak modeling, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Administrator Seema Verma on States protecting nursing home residents and workers, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Pete Gaynor on efforts to plan for hurricanes and severe weather while mitigating COVID-19 risks, and Rear Admiral John Polowczyk provided an update on supply chain efforts.
Since January 2020, the Trump Administration has led over 270 briefings – including 20 governors’ briefings – with over 115,000 State, local, and Tribal participants.
KEYWORDS: backtowork; covid19; governors; reopening
And they said what? Which states have re-opening plans by June 15 or before?
posted on 05/27/2020 5:12:49 PM PDT
(Political hot air is a renewable energy resource)
Funny how the RAT narrative is that the President was incompetent. As usual another BIG LIE.
posted on 05/27/2020 5:29:28 PM PDT
(If the left is not screaming, you are doing it wrong.)
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