Miami Mayor Francis Suarez on Thursday prompted President Donald Trump to suspend all flights from domestic and international “COVID-19 hotspots” to Miami International Airport to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.
“I have personally witnessed its speed, its spread, and its lethality among my residents in Miami, and now in the state of Florida,” Suarez composed in an open letter to the president that he shared on Twitter.
Suarez, a Republican politician, gotten in touch with the Trump White House to rather “now prioritize the movement of medical supplies, food, and protective personal equipment to contain COVID-19,” the illness brought on by the infection.
He likewise asked Trump to direct the Federal Air travel Administration, the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, Transport and Defense “to carry out this request as soon possible.”
Take A Look At the full letter here:
Today I asked President Trump @realdonaldtrump to right away suspend flights from domestic and international COVID-19 hotspots to Miami InternationalAirport We need to stop the spread of the infection to keep Miami locals safe. pic.twitter.com/XdNoHqfrSt
— Mayor Francis Suarez (@FrancisSuarez)April 3, 2020
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