Pentagon looking to provide ~100,000 body bags for potential civilian use

Pentagon looking to provide ~100,000 body bags for potential civilian use

The Pentagon is looking into providing an additional 100,000 military-style body bags for civilian use, as the expected death toll from the coronavirus outbreak continues to rise. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has requested 100,000 body bags, officially called human remains pouches, and the Pentagon is looking to buy more body bags, as it dips into its stockpile of 50,000.

Milan
Milan
CJ
CJ 1 months

We’re going to need 100,000 body bags but 300,000 masks is too many?

Fin
Fin 1 months

Killer point cj

Fin
Fin 1 months

Won't need that many if we got cracking manufacturing vents ppe n proper masks n ppe. To include negative pressure air set ups n stopped the private profiteer businesses from selling over seas before resupply ING the home team.. Plus respected the pleas of vice president to each do our part n stay at home n cover ur damn mouth. N nose when u go out for essential business only.... No state county city nor rural area is immune blue or red...

AnomieInTheUSA
AnomieInTheUSA 1 months

See everybody? Who says the Trump administration isn’t prepared for a global pandemic?

John W
John W 1 months

Yes nice heartwarming story. Good going MSM, stay classy.

KOAN.
KOAN. 1 months

“It’s just the flu bro”

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 months

Let’s see when all this is over who takes responsibility for causing the biggest case of mass hysteria in history.

Staghorn
Staghorn 1 months

Thanks Trump. No ventilators, but here are your body bags! Such a very stable genius.

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