Elon Musk Donated 1,000 and More Ventilators To LA Officials – Giving His Contribution In The Fight Against Coronavirus Pandemic
As per the news presented by Bloomberg, the chief executive officer (CEO) of the SpaceX and Tesla Incorporation as well as an outspoken giving his contribution in the severity and deadly outbreak of the coronavirus by donating 1,000 and more ventilators to the officials in the Los Angeles so as to meet the high demands for the proper health care facilities as now pandemic spreading and become more severe.
Musk tweeted on his account that he ordered about 1,255 machines directly from China previous week and helped to arrange all the machines to be air-shipped in Los Angeles. Musk has also thanked the custom officials of China and Los Angeles for accepting and providing him assistance.
On Monday, Gavin Newson, Governor of California, briefed the reporters and told them that, “Elon Musk: how about this? I told you a few days ago he was likely to have 1,000 ventilators this week. They arrived in Los Angeles, and Elon Musk is already working with the hospital association and others to get those ventilators out in real-time. It’s a heroic effort.”
After the dismissive tweet by the billionaire Elon Musk about the shortage of ventilators in the coming future, his moves come in forward. The billionaire had also said that the people who are roaming during the panic outbreak are “dumb.” It also added that kids are highly immune despite any of the evidence that pandemic can be severe and deadly for children. Before Tesla finally decided to idle the production of a car assembly plant situated in the U.S., the entrepreneur has spent many days dueling with the country’s local officials.
Tesla has now joined General Motors Co. to provide the ventilators after one of the customers of Tesla urged them to re-purpose the factory of Tesla to start the production of machines.
Governor Newsom stated that the six companies of California had offered their contribution and facilities to assist in the manufacturing of gowns. The Governor also told reporters that he has talked with the other 25 help providers that are supporting their hands to start the production of making the 3D printing face masks for the health care workers.
The statistics have come that the state has 50,000 hospitals, but they are short of providing beds that can meet the requirements to serve the pandemic affected people, stated the Governor. Newsom also told the reporters that they are going to procure about one billion gloves and more than 500 million masks to provide proper safety to the health care workers who are risking their lives for saving coronavirus infected people.
Governor Newsom also added, “That’s not a typo,” we need this much safety products to safeguard our superheroes and make sure they stay safe; otherwise, it is hard to save humanity in such a pandemic.