As the number of coronavirus confirmed cases and death are keep increasing in the United States of America, and due to the fact that the country is not having adequate ventilator to meet the required number.
The Chinese government has now set to donate 1000 ventilators to the New York, this was confirmed yesterday by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
“This is a big deal and it’s going to make a significant difference for us,” Cuomo said during a press briefing.
The Governor said the US is partnering with China for essential respiratory equipment at this trying time in order to minimize the effect of the novel coronavirus.
He also used the medium to thanks Chinese e-commerce juggernauts like Jack ma and others for their supports so far.
Cuomo also said the state had put in an order for 17,000 ventilators but that the order went unfilled, likely due to intense competition for the machines and global shortages. The US national stockpile has roughly 10,000 ventilators.
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