David K. Li4h ago / 11:57 PM UTCA Northern California company is working around-the-lock to fix 170 busted ventilators received by the  state from a federal stockpile, officials said Saturday.LA received 170 broken ventilators from the national stockpile. Rather than complaining, we put them on a truck, drove them up overnight, and had @Bloom_Energy get to work fixing them.Monday they‘ll back in LA–fixed.That’s the spirit of CA. pic.twitter.com/y8yzsiC3Ny— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) March 28, 2020 The equipment — crucial in treating COVID-19 patients — arrived Saturday at Bloom Energy in San Jose and should be working and dispatched to Los Angeles County by Monday, said Gov. Gavin Newsom.”Rather than lamenting about it, rather than complaining about it, rather than pointing fingers .. we got a car and a truck and we had those 170 brought here,” Newsom said at the company. “That’s the spirit of California, that’s the spirit of this moment.” Tom Winter5h ago / 11:49 PM UTCNYC reports 155 additional deaths since last updateThe New York City Department of Health reported an additional 155 deaths from COVID-19 since their published update at 10 a.m. Saturday, marking the highest number of recorded deaths in a single day since the pandemic erupted

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