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Washington, D.C.
FACTS
FIRST
Total Hospitalizations
18,654 18,825
18,569
18,707 18,697
18,279 18,335
18,079 17,735
17,493 17,316
16,837 16,967
16,479 16,103
16,213 16,044
15,905
15,599
15,021
14,810
14,258
13,383 13,524
12,819
12,839 12,646
12,226 12,159
11,598
10,929 10,993
10,350 9,786 9,600
9,179
9,517 9,647 8,665
8,196
8,503 7,776
7,262
7,226 6,946
7,328 7,063 6,706
6,394 5,897
6,481 6,220 5,840 5,570
5,818 5,187
5,327 4,844 4,348
4,642 4,265
4,393 4,208
4,079
3,343
2,629
2,043
1,042 1,406
617
326 496

March 16 May 26
Net Change in Total Hospitalizations

1,412 1,427
1,297
1,248
1,154 1,175 1,157
1,095
1,014

847
714 736
637 656
586 574 586
425
364 358
290
170 200
121
91 85 53 118

-20
-59 -47 -36 -57 -22 -45 -57
-128 -110 -139 -117 -83
-173 -163 -174 -202
-240 -248 -249
-349 -312 -323 -343
-362 -383
-419 -445 -421
-487 -469
-578 -561 -564 -514 -420 -514
-600
-685 -605 -643
-754 -763 -734

March 16 May 26
Net Change in Intubations
351

313 316
303 295
290 291

260

222
200
192

165

124 132
116 121 110
109
93 94
88
69 69

43
27

-7 -9
-14 -16 -14
-26 -21
-32
-40 -41
-48 -53 -56
-62 -63 -57 -60 -56
-65 -56
-73 -78 -72 -73 -76 -76
-92 -92 -91
-102 -102 -108 -100
-112 -108 -111
-115 -110 -108
-127 -118 -124 -124 -130 -130
-139

March 17 May 26
New COVID Hospitalizations Per Day
Gross new COVID hospitalizations (3-day rolling average)
3,181 3,169
3,042
2,945
2,825
2,772
2,736 2,722 2,689
2,563
2,487
2,411 2,389

2,210
2,156
2,119 2,016
1,949 2,039 2,045
1,925
1,833
1,776

1,616
1,564
1,408 1,404
1,389 1,367
1,265
1,224 1,119
1,076
973
970 933 954
924
837 831 789
717
694 659 607
656
601 604 572
489 521 488 420 431
401 416 400 374 373
321 295 246 237
225 208 229 201
181

March 20 May 26
Number of Lives Lost
May 21: 109
May 22: 84
May 23: 109
May 24: 96
May 25: 73
May 26: 74
(48 in Hospitals, 26 in Nursing Homes)
Data-Driven Policy Works
New York Curve Rest of USA Curve
30,000

30,000
Daily Positive Cases

Daily Positive Cases


March 3 May 26 March 3 May 26
Source: COVID Tracking Project
Memorial Day Transition
We are starting a new chapter
SMART reopening
Reopening by the Numbers
Based on science NOT on politics.
7 Metrics:
• 14-day decline in net hospitalizations OR under 15 new hospitalizations (3-day avg)
• 14-day decline in hospital deaths OR fewer than 5 deaths (3-day avg)
• New hospitalizations (Under 2 per 100K residents 3 day rolling avg)
• Share of total beds available (threshold of 30%)
• Share of ICU beds available (threshold of 30%)
• 30 per 1k residents tested monthly (7-day average of new tests per day)
• Contact tracers 30 per 100K residents or based on infection rate
Phased Reopening of Businesses
Phase 1


Construction
Manufacturing and wholesale supply chain
OPEN IN


Retail curbside pickup
Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing
9 REGIONS
Phase 2
• Professional Services
• Finance and Insurance
• Retail
• Administrative Support
• Real Estate/Rental Leasing

Phase 3
• Restaurants/Food Services
• Hotels/Accommodations

Phase 4
• Arts/Entertainment/Recreation
• Education
I understand that
states are responsible
for reopening
testing
tracing
healthcare
& enforcement
Washington needs to do its part.
There can be no national recovery
if state and local
Remember:
The states
most impacted
by COVID-19
represent more
than 1/3 of the
national GDP.
Remember:
State and local spending is
essential to the health of the national economy.

last recession, [Harvard


economist Gabriel Chodorow-
Reich] estimates that every
dollar in cuts costs the overall
economy $1.50 to $
the global financial crisis
and the years afterward
where state and local
government layoffs and
lack of hiring did weigh on

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell


March 19, 2020
State
go bail them out?

Sen. Rick Scott, April 27, 2020


our money to Cuomo
and the New Yorkers?
Hello, not this week.
Art Laffer, May 24, 2020
This is an ugly, un-American response.
United States of America
QUERY: What states give money to
other states and what states
take money from other states?
Balance of Federal Payments
Top 5 Donor States Top 5 Receiving States
1. New York: -$29B 1. Virginia: + $82B
2. New Jersey: -$18B 2. Maryland: + $42B
3. Massachusetts: -$12B 3. Kentucky: + $37B
4. Connecticut: -$9B 4. Alabama: + $32B
5. California: -$6B 5. Florida: + $30B

SOURCE: Rockefeller Institute of Government; Avg Annual Balance of Payments Over 4 Years
Pure redistribution of wealth
Rich states Poor states
SALT Assault 3 Years Ago
Increased redistribution of wealth
Rich Poor
1. California: -$23.4B
2. New York: -$14.7B
3. New Jersey: -$5.6B
4. Massachusetts: -$3.5B
5. Illinois: -$3.4B
6. Connecticut: -$2.8B
Even in Washington.
Message to Washington
STOP ABUSING
New York
New Jersey
Massachusetts
Illinois
California
Michigan
Pennsylvania
Top COVID states AND top SALT states
Message to Washington
Message to Washington

Pass a bill that helps


all Americans.
Reopening?
Economic Recovery

Bounce back?
Economic Recovery

• Collateral damage:
• Over 100,000 small businesses closed.
Economic Recovery

• Corporate layoffs:

• Americans First
legislative proposal
Now is the time for a
real public infrastructure program.
National study:
• 56,000 structurally
deficient bridges
• One out of five
miles of highway
in poor condition
Supercharge Reopening

Government can
stimulate the economy
and supercharge the reopening.
Supercharge Reopening

In the midst of the Depression,


the government created
8.5 million jobs and
built 650,000 miles of roads,
new bridges, tunnels and airports.
Supercharge Reopening
Hoover Dam Grand Coulee Dam

Overseas Highway Lincoln Tunnel

And we built modern marvels


that continue to serve us today.
In New York, there are big
infrastructure projects ready to go and
desperately-needed that we can do
with federal approval.
working together for the people
state, local and federal
government alike.
one moment of good government
over partisan politics?
Not red and blue
red, white and blue.
AMERICA TOUGH
SMART
UNITED
DISCIPLINED
LOVING