— #CDC= Cant Detect Corona🦠 (@Chronolxgical) March 18, 2020
BREAKING – NY Gov Cuomo says Trump is arranging to send a hospital ship with 1,000 rooms on it to New York Harbor amid the rising coronavirus cases. pic.twitter.com/4QJ2qbkYJA
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) March 18, 2020
NEWS: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says President Trump has agreed to dispatch the USNS Comfort, essentially a floating hospital with 1,000 rooms, to the New York City harbor. #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/vCIwVQc5Oy
— Jon Campbell (@JonCampbellGAN) March 18, 2020
Federal government to deploy US Navy hospital ship Comfort to New York
Updated 11:55 AM; Today 11:44 AM / By Kevin Tampone | firstname.lastname@example.org
Albany, N.Y. — The federal government will deploy the U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort to New York City to help the state confront the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said today.
The ship has 1,000 hospital rooms, including operating rooms, Cuomo said. The move is meant to help bolster the state’s health care system as cases of the virus continue to increase in the state.
“This will be an extraordinary step, obviously,” Cuomo said. “It’s literally a floating hospital, which will add capacity…”