President Trump delivered remarks in front of USNS Comfort before heading to New York on Saturday.
Trump expressed his gratitude to "the dedicated service members who will soon be at the forefront of this fight."
"This great ship behind me is a message of hope and solidarity to the incredible people in New York at 70,000 tons," Trump said.
Trump said the ship would be submarine for four weeks, but was ready and ready to sail in four days.
Trump said USNS Comfort would not treat patients with coronaviruses, but would provide wave capacity for those with other urgent needs.
Their mission will be to take care of the New Yorker who does not have the virus but needs urgent care. In other words, they will use this, people will come out of hospitals that do not have the virus, and they will be on this ship where they have good operating rooms and great facilities and the places bound, on land will be where people who have the virus will be , ”Trump said.
The president added that the ship is scheduled to arrive in New York on Monday and begin treating patients on Tuesday.
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“It is fully loaded with 12 operating rooms and they are fully equipped. 1,000 hospital beds, a medical lab, a pharmacy, an optometry lab, digital radiology, a cat scan, two oxygen-producing plants and a helicopter deck that will be used very actively, ”Trump said.