As the countries all around struggle with COVID-19, President Trump, in a bold statement, confirmed that the United States has ample stock of ventilators and could soon begin exporting the same to other nations in need.
On Saturday, Trump tweeted that in his conversation with the Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed Ali, it was confirmed that they are in need of ventilators, and the United States is more than willing to help. He further tweeted that he feels wonderful that the states are now thriving with a surplus stock of ventilators of brand new make and high-quality design.
This tweet confirmed that the lack of ventilators feared with the rising COVID-19 cases in the U.S. is no more a threat and has been averted in an intelligent way. Recently, the president did show similar overtures for leaders all over the world, such as that of Ecuador, El Salvador, as well as Honduras.
Apart from being generous with ventilators, the president also lauded the work done by him with regards to ramping up of coronavirus testing. He also shared tweets by the CDC with commentary stating that 5 Million+ people have already been tested in the U.S. for coronavirus, which is more than the cumulative testing being done by countries all around.