National medical stockpile not meeting challenge from Coronavirus
This is a pandemic and therefore the scale of what we're dealing with it is pretty much unprecedented around the world.
At the same time, a system that we had in place that was designed to rise to the challenge to provide the supplies, which is already a challenging problem to tackle is made even more, Challenging because of the way the response has been handled in the United States.
Is that exactly i mean it.
It's unheard of, for the federal government authorities to say that the National Stockpile is Their stockpile and leave the states to fend for themselves.
That was the whole reason for a National Stockpile so that the states would have a reserve to fall back on.
And now they're being told that these national stockpiles are being given to commercial interests and then sold.
Which goes counter to every public health precaution that I've ever encountered.
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