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美国新冠疫情日记05/04/2020 拯救经济 我们要三管齐下


美国新冠疫情日记05/04/2020  拯救经济 我们要三管齐下


     拯救经济 我们要三管齐下


当全国三十个州在上週局部开放之时,美国全国疫情并无明顕下降之趋势,尤其在东部纽约州还是处於非常严峻之情势,中部芝加哥也未有明显下降之情况。

综覌全球情况,日本因疫情严重,全国关闭将再延至五月底,欧洲各国正急於开,以拯救衰退之经济,中南美洲及非洲大部分国家因医疗资源匱乏,对新冠病毒只有听天由命,中美两国也因病毒之来源,双方已撕破了脸。

由联邦政府拨款救助各大小商业之薪资无偿补助已经送到大部分人手中,但是这些资助也无法立即改善滑落之经济衰退,我们建议川普总统立即改变做法,首先是动员美国军方及地方国民兵尤其是医疗人员全力加入重灾地区之抢救工作,可让医院、警察人力得到支援,政府尤其应该召集全国各大医学院校全力研发新冠病毒之疫苗及药物,这是消灭病毒之彻底做法,美国是全球高科技之龙头,各大硏究机构及药厂各立山头,无法整合实力发挥集体之力量。

近世纪来,美国是全球最大经济体,是世界上最大的消费市场,这次受到新冠病毒之肆虐,经济已受到重创,我们建议政府应该立即规划重全国重大基础建设,其中包括陈旧的公路、隧道、机场、海港、教育设施、公园、高速公路、高铁等,这些公共设施大部份已超过五十年之久。

危机可能就是转机,执政诸公应以国家利益為优先,才是真正為人民服务。

 




Let’s Move Ahead Together With Three Urgent Actions


More than thirty states have partially reopened for business, but some of the states, including New York and Illinois are in critical situations which have not shown their  death rates to be coming down.


Around the globe, Japan is still going to remain shut down until the end of May. Most of the poor countries in Africa and South America, because they are without sufficient medical supplies, just cannot respond very well to the Coronavirus or do too much about it right now.


The U.S. and China are still arguing about where the Coronavirus came from.


Most businesses have already received the funds from the federal government’s paycheck protection program, but this help is not the solution for our economic recovery.


We really urge President Trump to immediately mobilize the U.S. military, especially the medical teams and the National Guard to help local governments at hospitals and to take the pressure off local police and lighten their heavy workloads.


We also need to organize all the research universities and drug companies to speed up Coronavirus research and find the vaccines and treatment drugs to stop this disaster.


The U.S. as the richest country in the world needs to reorganize our national infrastructure and start rebuilding our national highways, airports, bridges, parks and high-speed rail systems. The majority of these projects are already fifty-years old or older.


At the same time, this crisis could still be an opportunity for the U.S. We strongly urge the leaders of our country to move forward with our national interests in mind. Their first priority should be to serve the American people.