The White House has provided unprecedented opportunities for authorities at all levels to respond effectively to an outbreak of coronavirus
President Donald Trump held a telephone conference on Wednesday with numerous government officials from states, cities, and Native American tribes to thank them for responding to the mitigation of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is stated in a press release, which was issued by the White House.
Judd Deere, deputy spokeswoman for the White House, said the president and his cabinet underscored “the administration’s commitment to empowering authorities at all levels to respond effectively to the COVID-19 outbreak.”
The conference call was attended by the heads of the ministries of finance, health and social services, education, housing and urban development, agriculture, trade, labor, justice and transport, who “joined the discussion about the unprecedented resources and opportunities that the federal government provided to the authorities states, local authorities and tribal leaders to solve this common problem, which requires solutions at all levels of government. “
Federal officials have also provided updated and detailed information on the provision of unprecedented economic assistance under the CARES Act.
Since January 2020, the Trump administration has held about 120 briefings with more than 60,000 leaders of states, local communities, and tribes in every state and territory of the United States.