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  • good evening, and it's great to be back with you on this Monday night as we begin another night together, another night in this country in the middle of this fight.

  • The president speaking just moments ago, telling Americans to be prepared for this next week to week and 1/2 the surgeon general already warning this could be the hardest and saddest week of most Americans.

  • Lives our Pearl Harbor, our 9 11 moment and tonight, the news coming in now on.

  • The British prime minister now moved into intensive care, President Trump saying moments ago.

  • Americans are all praying for him.

  • He's been a very good friend tonight in this country.

  • The number of deaths now more than 10,000 the staggering toll over just five weeks.

  • We are inside a Brooklyn hospital where they say they're taking in a new patient every 14 minutes.

  • One of the lead doctors, they're saying the entire E.

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  • Is a hot zone inside the temporary hospital at the Javits Convention Center tonight, 2500 beds, Army doctors now taking in coronavirus patients.

  • We also learned today New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, was going to ask the president for a change with the Navy hospital ship Comfort.

  • And just moments ago, President Trump said he will allow patients with the virus to now be taken there and treated from both New York and New Jersey.

  • We're out across this country tonight.

  • Several deadly hot spots Michigan, Louisiana, Florida temporary hospitals going up And, of course, the major world headline at this hour, the worsening condition of the British prime minister.

  • He has now asked the foreign secretary to step in where needed.

  • We will guide you through it all tonight, this statement from 10 Downing Street moments ago.

  • But first, the unfolding picture right here in this country, beginning with what we could be seeing in the numbers here in New York.

  • Are we nearing the apex of, ah, plateau of sorts that the governor is cautioning?

  • This is still dire, that we're still in the middle of this.

  • And so we begin tonight with NBC's Tom Llamas right here in New York tonight, a look inside the cavernous Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, nowthe largest hospital in the nation, teams of military doctors taking in patients, checking temperatures, monitoring ventilators.

  • But New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says even this will not be enough.

  • He's calling for the Navy hospital ship the Comfort to start accepting covert cases.

  • Today, there are only about 40 patients of any kind on the massive ship.

  • I'm going to call the president this afternoon and ask him to shift the comfort from non co vid to covert.

  • The surgeon general says.

  • The U.

  • S is now entering the period we have all been dreading.

  • The next week is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment.

  • It's going to be our 9 11 moment.

  • It's gonna be the hardest moment for many Americans in their entire lives.

  • In New York state, more than 4700 have died from the Corona virus.

  • It's very hard to see the number of deaths were having.

  • It's frightening, and it's disturbing that amount of loss.

  • Still, today, a glimmer of hope.

  • The death rate here may be slowing the rigorous social distancing possibly paying off.

  • The governor say New York is nearing the apex and the curve maybe flattening total number of hospitalizations or down the I.

  • C U admissions, air down and the daily intubation zehr down those roll good signs.

  • But Cuomo also warning, We get reckless.

  • Uh, we change or we're not compliant on social distancing.

  • You will see those numbers go up again.

  • But even so, hospitals here are overwhelmed.

  • Pushed a capacity and beyond.

  • Pretty much the entire emergency departments of Hot Sound of Dr John Marshall took ABC News inside my monitors hospital in Brooklyn.

  • Ventilator update from the Morning Star 50.

  • Right now, the doctor's team now includes volunteers from a SW Far away is Utah.

  • We're working on the assumption it almost every patient has thrown at this point.

  • One of the health care workers on the front lines Nurse riff commence her day starts at 5 a.m. Managing other nurses and caring for endless patients work that stresses the mind, body and soul.

  • Has a patient with covert ask you?

  • Am I gonna die?

  • Absolutely.

  • Absolutely.

  • And it's scary.

  • I mean, we don't know the answers across the country off battle to save lives This is Dr Ali Raja in Boston.

  • Just a couple of days ago, in 18 hour shift, I intubated 10 patients, which is more than I've ever done it.

  • One shift in my entire life to Dr Michael Cuba in New Orleans, the only mistake we could make as a as a department in the emergency room or a hospital or health system in this region is to be under underprepared and things to continue to get worse.

  • New Jersey today reaching a grim milestone.

  • 1000 deaths.

  • This is not over.

  • And not by a long shot.

  • ABC Stephanie Ramos out with E.

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  • S in Teaneck, New Jersey Working around the clock, this crew just picked up a person who has tested positive for Pope in 19.

  • They tell me they're how that person is having some trouble breathing right now.

  • They're taking them to the hospital.

  • But they say they respond to calls like this every couple of minutes throughout the day.

  • Each case is different.

  • In Iowa City, Irena Yoder brought her 18 year old son Dmitri to the e.

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  • I wouldn't let anything happen to my son.

  • We're fighting right now.

  • Him Twice they went, and twice Dmitri was admitted.

  • His mother says doctor sent him home.

  • Not wanting him to possibly infect other patients is there.

  • She says he later tested positive, but slowly he got better.

  • I'm just glad to be recovering.

  • Finally, which is good news.

  • Tom Llamas outside that Brooklyn hospital tonight and Tom.

  • We all heard New York's governor today when he said he would be calling.

  • The president had to ask him to allow that Navy hospital ship Comfort to accept Corona virus patients.

  • The president just most before we came on the air tonight telling the American people that he will allow for that change.

  • That's right, David.

  • We have to remember the comfort has 1000 hospital beds.

  • When we checked earlier today, they only had about 40 patients.

  • So Governor Cuomo made it clear they need the help from the comfort to see Kobe.

  • 19 patients.

  • We've also learned that the president approved for patients from New Jersey to go over to the comfort as well, which is great news for New Jersey.

  • But David, we have to remember the original mission of the Comfort wasn't to see Kobe 19 patients.

  • They now have to adapt like so many in the front lines facing this tough challenge.

  • David Tommy Thomas.

  • That is tremendous help, though tonight, to learn of the comfort now involved in this fight against Corona virus thing.

  • Hi, everyone.

  • George Stephanopoulos here.

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  • Thanks for watching.

good evening, and it's great to be back with you on this Monday night as we begin another night together, another night in this country in the middle of this fight.

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