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MSNBC 25 Mar 2020

Shortages should've been 'anticipated,' simulations participant says

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"We knew that there were going to be problems with certain personal protective equipment," physician Amesh Adalja says. "That has come up in many meetings that I've been at."


Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., discusses alleged corruption in the FISA court and says Hunter Biden's dealings with Burisma should've been examined during President Trump's impeachment trial.
In her daily monologue on The Jump, Rachel Nichols discusses how Pascal Siakam, Kyle Lowry and the Toronto Raptors are making their own miracles, which was evident in their road win vs. Utah Jazz. Richard Jefferson and Kendrick Perkins debate the ceiling for the defending NBA champions and (4:53) if Rudy Gobert should've been ejected in the game.

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On 14th July 2014, schoolteacher Mirna Nereida received terrible news: her son Roberto had gone missing - an all too common occurrence in the ultra-violent drug trafficking heartland of Sinaloa in northern Mexico where she lives.

With the police refusing to help, Mirna set off on a desperate mission to find her son, dead or alive. Gathering up family members and friends and armed with machetes and shovels, she began scouring the Sinaloan countryside for possible clandestine graves.

Finally, in August 2017, after three years of searching, she found Roberto's body in an unmarked grave on a deserted hill-top.

This heart-breaking experience led her to establish a support group and search bloc called Las Rastreadoras del Fuerte - "The Women Trackers of El Fuerte". Since then, over one hundred women have joined the group, all hoping to find their missing loved ones, who they refer to as "treasures". To date, the women have located over 200 missing people.

Officially, there are around 60,000 desaparecidos ("missing people") in Mexico. But unofficially, this number could be double or more. For the authorities, missing people don't exist because no crime has been committed. As Mirna says, "they are neither dead or alive". Additionally, she says, local police are in cahoots with criminal groups and are often involved in disappearances. Facing great risk in dangerous territory, Mirna, Juana and the brave women Rastreadoras are on their own as they search for their treasures. This is their story.

Director/Producer/Camera: John Dickie
Associate Producer: Diego Ruelas
Co-Producer and additional footage: Adrian Gonzalez Robles
Drone Operator: Jorge Hernandez
Editor: Hasham Cheema
Translator: Eduardo Cantu
Producer: HyoJin Park
Producer: Ala Alhussan
Executive Producer: Andrew Phillips

Special Thanks to all the women of Las Rastreadoras del Fuerte in Los Mochis, Sinaloa
After being asked about his health, Senator Bernie Sanders, D-VT., defended medical history and claimed that his campaign has been transparent with the public.

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IMPROVISE OR USE HOME-MADE MASKS, AND I THINK THAT IS
MASKS, AND I THINK THAT IS ANOTHER FAILURE THAT WILL BE
ANOTHER FAILURE THAT WILL BE WRITTEN WHEN WE LOOK AT THIS
WRITTEN WHEN WE LOOK AT THIS PANDEMIC IN THE FUTURE.
PANDEMIC IN THE FUTURE. >> YOU JUST VOLUNTEERED THAT YOU
>> YOU JUST VOLUNTEERED THAT YOU PARTICIPATED IN THE SIMULATIONS.
PARTICIPATED IN THE SIMULATIONS. HAVE WE NOT SIMULATED THE
HAVE WE NOT SIMULATED THE NATIONAL INVENTORY NEED
NATIONAL INVENTORY NEED NECESSARY RIGHT NOW BY FEMA WHEN
NECESSARY RIGHT NOW BY FEMA WHEN IT COMES TO HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT.
IT COMES TO HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT. I GET THAT THEY NEVER BELIEVED
I GET THAT THEY NEVER BELIEVED WE WOULD MESS UP TESTING.
WE WOULD MESS UP TESTING. OKAY, FINE.
OKAY, FINE. THAT TURNED OUT TO BE A MISTAKE
THAT TURNED OUT TO BE A MISTAKE IN THE SIMULATIONS BUT THE OTHER
IN THE SIMULATIONS BUT THE OTHER ISSUES WOULD YOU ASSUME WAS
ISSUES WOULD YOU ASSUME WAS COVERED IN THE ASSIMILATION.
COVERED IN THE ASSIMILATION. IS THERE NO SORT OF BEST
IS THERE NO SORT OF BEST PRACTICES THAT WAS DISCOVERED ON
PRACTICES THAT WAS DISCOVERED ON HOW TO DEAL WITH THIS ON A
HOW TO DEAL WITH THIS ON A NATIONAL LEVEL?
NATIONAL LEVEL? >> WE KNEW THAT THERE WERE GOING
>> WE KNEW THAT THERE WERE GOING TO BE PROBLEMS WITH PERSONAL
TO BE PROBLEMS WITH PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT BECAUSE
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT BECAUSE THERE ARE GLOVES THAT GET
THERE ARE GLOVES THAT GET MANUFACTURED IN ONE PART OF THE
MANUFACTURED IN ONE PART OF THE WORLD AND WE WORRIYED IF THERE
WORLD AND WE WORRIYED IF THERE IS A SUPPLY SHOCK.
IS A SUPPLY SHOCK. IT IS KIND OF DIFFERENT WHEN IT
IT IS KIND OF DIFFERENT WHEN IT IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING IN REAL
IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING IN REAL LIFE AND YOU’RE SEEING IT PLAY
LIFE AND YOU’RE SEEING IT PLAY OUT.
OUT. AND IT IS SOMETHING THAT WE
AND IT IS SOMETHING THAT WE COULD HAVE ANTICIPATED AND SOME
COULD HAVE ANTICIPATED AND SOME HOSPITALS HAVE BEEN VERY GOOD AT
HOSPITALS HAVE BEEN VERY GOOD AT THEIR OWN PREPAREDNESS AND HAVE
THEIR OWN PREPAREDNESS AND HAVE WAREHOUSES FULL OF PERSONAL
WAREHOUSES FULL OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND THEY’RE
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND THEY’RE THE ONES THAT ARE BETTER
THE ONES THAT ARE BETTER PREPARED BUT NOT EVERY HOSPITAL
PREPARED BUT NOT EVERY HOSPITAL PREPARES THAT WAY AND IT IS THE
PREPARES THAT WAY AND IT IS THE SCATTERING ACROSS THE UNITED
SCATTERING ACROSS THE UNITED STATES, ABOUT 5,000 HOSPITALS,
STATES, ABOUT 5,000 HOSPITALS, THE BIGGER ONES TEND TO BE MUCH
THE BIGGER ONES TEND TO BE MUCH MORE PREPARED FOR THE RURAL
MORE PREPARED FOR THE RURAL HOSPITALS THAT MAY NOT BE
HOSPITALS THAT MAY NOT BE PREPARED AT ALL.
PREPARED AT ALL. SO WE SEE THIS MIXED PICTURE AND

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