A statement from the Northern Command of the United States stated that these personnel were from the 627th Hospital Center in Carson, Colorado, and would “through medical assistance in a medical facility in the San Antonio area of Texas.” Military operations in the north. United States.
The statement continued: “Medical staff includes emergency rooms and intensive care nurses, respiratory specialists and support staff.”
The deployment signifies that military forces have restarted direct confrontation with the deteriorating pandemic, which was previously related to the horrible hotspots of the virus. In April of this year, the military sent hundreds of medical personnel to be buried in hospitals mainly in the New York City area (formerly one of the most severe areas of the pandemic) and other areas.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, Texas has seen more than 1
94,900 cases and 2,600 deaths from the virus, making it the leader among the 32 states that reported a new case rate higher than the previous state this week. One of those. According to a forecast released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, by mid-July, the state will have nearly 2,000 new inpatients every day.
It’s not just the courage to take greater steps to resolve the epidemic in the state. Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order on Thursday to require masks to be worn in public places in 20 or more Covid-19 counties. He also granted the mayor and the judge the task of restricting 10 or more people to party. At least two Texas County hospitals were operating at full capacity, and until the holiday weekend on July 4, the county judge urged residents to be in place.
Compared with the personnel sent to New York earlier this year, the deployment of personnel to Texas is smaller. The North Command of the United States stated in early April that it was “deploying a total of 1,000 air force and naval medical providers to the New York City area.”
Defense Minister Mark Esper told CNN at the time that “most of it” would go to the Javits Convention Center, which was converted into a temporary coronary field hospital as part of its coronavirus response. They also plan to “deploy hundreds of people to 11 hospitals in New York City, and these hospitals also have deficiencies in medical personnel,” Esper added.