There are more concerns that the United States may not have enough masks, gowns and ventilators to fight the coronavirus. Catherine Herridge speaks with Greg Burel, the former director of the largest U.S. stockpile of medical supplies, who says there is not enough inventory to meet the needs of doctors and nurses.
Hospitals and medical workers across the country are issuing desperate pleas for more medical supplies as coronavirus cases are on the rise. They say they need both PPE, or personal protective equipment, and ventilators. As a result, American workers are producing more to meet the demand, and medical device manufacturers are asking the Trump administration to step in and centralize the distribution of supplies under the Defense Production Act.
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While the coronavirus has had disastrous impacts for most of the economy, some businesses are actually booming. Across the country, there has been panic-buying of hand sanitizers, bottled water, and medical masks despite many experts urging consumers the opposite. Mola Lenghi reports.
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Linda Silas, president of the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions says rationing of the supplies is not safe and possibly illegal in order for healthcare workers on the frontlines to do their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Across the country, a number of businesses and factories have retooled in order to assist in the production of highly sought after medical supplies.
Canada’s chief public health officer has cautioned health officials to be smart in their use of supplies as the outbreak continues.
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Over a million people worldwide have been infected with the coronavirus and a quarter of them are in the U.S. Medical resources in states like New York and Louisiana are stretched to capacity, and many find themselves running critically low on ventilators. An admiral leading FEMA’s supply chain task force confirmed that supplies are not going directly to the states, but rather to a distributor where then governors are forced to bid against each other for the life-saving equipment. David Begnaud speaks to officials and medical professionals in Louisiana and New York to get an idea of how these federal policies are affecting their workflow.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces further progress under Canada’s Plan to Mobilize Industry to fight COVID-19 that will help provide vital, made-in-Canada protective gear and medical equipment to respond to the outbreak.
Canadian manufacturers are answering the government’s call to switch gears to start producing medical supplies during the coronavirus pandemic even if it won’t replace lost business.
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The U.S.’ preparedness to handle the coronavirus pandemic has experts worried about medical supply shortages across the country. Everything from hospital beds to N-95 surgical masks are sparse as state governments warn that they are not prepared for the worst of it. Dr. David Agus joins “CBS This Morning” to react to the shortage.
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