President Trump Threatens to Withhold Covid Vaccination from New York

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It appears that President Trump is still bitter after losing the 2020 Election and has a personal vengeance against the state of New York.

On Friday, President Donald Trump appeared publicly for the first time in eight days. Trump gave an update on ‘Operation Warp Speed.’

He used his time at the podium threatening to refuse to send a new COVID vaccine to millions of Americans because of a political feud with New York’s Democratic governor.

The president came out into the Rose Garden, 26 minutes late, and called his coronavirus response the ‘single greatest mobilization in U.S. history.’

The number of people in hospital from COVID as he spoke was estimated to be 67,000; 153,000 people were diagnosed with it Thursday.

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Then Trump said a COVID vaccine would be available to the general public – ‘except for New York,’ where he is feuding with Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo. New York has a population of 19.5 million.

NYC and New York State Covid Updates

New York state
26,079 – The number of people who have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, as of Nov. 13. There were 24 deaths on Nov. 12, and there were 32, 21 and 29 deaths on the three preceding days.

551,163– People who have tested positive for the coronavirus, as of Nov. 13. There were 5,401 positive tests on Nov. 12.

16,434,914– The number of people who have been tested for coronavirus in New York state, as of Nov. 13.6,954,678 of the tests have been conducted in NYC.

1,737– The number of people hospitalized with the coronavirus on Nov. 12. There were 1,548, 1,628 and 1,677 hospitalizations on the three preceding days.

331 – The number of patients in intensive care units on Nov. 12. There were 296, 304 and 308 ICU patients on the three preceding days.

New York City
16,622– Number of confirmed coronavirus deaths of New York City residents reported by the state, as of Nov. 13. The city reported 19,431 confirmed deaths, as of Nov. 13.

278,802 – Confirmed number of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus, as of Nov. 13. There were 1,826 positive tests on Nov. 12.

Elsewhere
10,693,773 – The number of positive tests for the coronavirus across the United States, as of Nov. 13.

 

 

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