Senator Tom Cotton: Trump Should Consider China Travel Ban Over Coronavirus Outbreak
Twenty million people have been quarantined in China, prevented from traveling due to the coronavirus outbreak.
China is building a new hospital, dedicated to the coronavirus treatment, in just one week!
Construction began for a new hospital being built for patients affected by coronavirus in China's Wuhan City. The local authority decided to follow Beijing's SARS treatment model for the hospital, which will have 1,000 beds and be put into use by Feb. 3. https://t.co/D40AvbAg4S pic.twitter.com/PFw2aQMuyB
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Here is a video on the illness.
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Senator Tom Cotton sent a letter to President Trump on Friday urging the US leader to ban travel from China, due to the outbreak.
Josh Caplan at Breitbart.com reported:
In a letter to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar obtained exclusively by Breitbart News ahead of its public release, Cotton raises serious public health concerns over the coronavirus and in particular the disease making its way to America’s shores through weak screening that could cause an outbreak here.
“I write to you today about the continued spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, which has now arrived on American soil,” Cotton wrote in the Wednesday letter, which came after the first U.S. case of coronavirus was confirmed in Washington state earlier this week. “Once again, a deadly virus is emanating from the People’s Republic of China. The Wuhan coronavirus has infected hundreds of people in China, killing at least seventeen individuals so far. The disease has now spread to Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, and South Korea. At least one case has been confirmed in the United States. I’m confident that the United States Government is undertaking all possible measures to contain the spread of the disease, but I’m deeply concerned that waging an efficient and successful campaign against this virus depends on the trustworthiness and transparency of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), an organization with a horrendous history in these matters.”
Gateway Pundit contributor Joe Hoft was in Wuhan and Hubei Province two weeks ago.