He said: “We are all working hard to solve this problem.” “And we all made very difficult decisions. And we continue to make very difficult decisions.”
He added: “I will agree with Governor Whitmer. I’m sure if you look back at the past 9 months and the hundreds of decisions we had to make quickly, you might find some areas for improvement.”
Hogan also said that the governor was better assembled on the front line than the governor of Washington State.
Hogan said: “Unlike Washington, where we see so many disagreements and dysfunctions, the governor does not always agree, but we do try to unite and help each other in this crisis.”
Nearly 19 million cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in the United States. The current death toll is 331,930, the highest in the world.
Both parties expressed their hope that 2021 will be much better than this year.
“Whitmer said: “Every month in 2021 will be better than the previous month.” At the end of January, we will take the oath to form a new government. They will be guided by science. They will work with the states to ensure that the spread of our vaccine is as smooth as possible. “
Hogan made it clear that he is happy to see the end of 2020.
He said: “I think all of us-thank God, 2020 is coming to an end.”