SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Now, the president [unintelligible] we all need to face the truth, make no mistake. The next two weeks, maybe longer, will be rough.
Here is where we are up to the minute tonight. In order to prepare, FEMA has now supplied 250 ambulances and 500 EMTs to New York. That is the point of interest right now. It could spread elsewhere. The Army Corps of Engineers, they are developing eight facilities to expand hospital capacity in California, including hundreds of additional sites across the U.S.
FEMA is soon delivering a 250-bed field hospital in the state of Michigan, and additional field hospitals are now being built in Louisiana, up to 500 beds as of now. And a 3,000-bed alternate care site, they are building that in New Orleans. Also, FEMA is now also providing 100 travel trailers to help with housing needs, and the administration, they are giving hospitals the flexibility to use new facilities for non-infected people if that is in their best interest. They're on the ground. They need to make those decisions.
Now, so far, this country has completed 1.1 million tests. That's more than anywhere else in the world by far. But that is not all.
Today, we got more facts without fear from President Trump about America's supplies. For example, we've heard so much about ventilators. Let's take a look.