Los Angeles Mayor: ‘We Also Need To Be Prepared For This 6, 7 Months From Now’ | Deadline | MSNBC


100 Replies to “Los Angeles Mayor: ‘We Also Need To Be Prepared For This 6, 7 Months From Now’ | Deadline | MSNBC”

  1. Its a tragedy but a lot of people will relish this time to just get a break and rest and let their mind look at nature let their mind look at their family and stop the stress of the everyday life working a job

  2. When he spoke OF OUR IMMIGRANTS, DID HE MEAN LEGAL OR ILLEGALS.. I DON'T WANT ANY FEDERAL HELP TO GO TO A SINGLE ILLEGAL. THEY NEED GET THE f out.

  3. TESTING? California has done less than half the amount of tests of NY. Why? Testing, Ventilators, Masks: what is happening?

  4. Want to watch the news but don't want to hear hate, please take a break from politics, ask for help, give guidance point out shortcomings without being negative, please.

  5. PREPARE FOR 6 OR 7 MONTHS OFF FROM WORK AND STAY HOME WITHOUT MONEY, JOBS WE ARE DOOM ..SICK AND HUNGRY TO DEATH..NOT MENTION OF LANDLORD WILL KICK POOR FAMILY OUT OF THE HOUSE WITHOUT PAY THE RENT.

  6. IT IS GOOD TO SAID FROM MAYOR OR GOVERNOR BECAUSE THEY ARE HAVE GOOD SALARY, HEALTH CARE INSURANCE AND MONEY IN THE BANK WITH FINANCIAL STABLE BUT FOR US LOW INCOME AND POOR FAMILY WITH THE ORDER STAY HOME, BUSINESSES CLOSED, JOBLESS, LAYOFF AND KIDS STAY HOME FROM SCHOOL CLOSED FOR GOD SAKE HOW LONG ? NO ONE KNOW AND WE HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT RENT, BILLS AND HEALTH INSURANCES PAYMENT AND NOW WE WAIT FOR THE GOVERNMENT HAND OUT FOR 1000 DOLLARS MIGHT TAKE ABOUT 3,4 WEEKS BY THAT TIME US POOR PEOPLE WILL BE KICK OUT OF THE HOUSE FOR MISS RENT PAYMENT..SAD BUT TRUE

  7. How do these demons know how long this "virus" will last????? It's all planned around the world…fake virus.

  8. In addition to highlighting great mayors and governors, this virus is teaching all of Americans, (some slower than others), what is essential to having a satisfying life. I used to think it was the extras, now it is down to food, water, lights, heat, shelter, health, family and good friends.

  9. Glad to see you found something else to blame on the President.

    To bad for those people at the border.

    You know, the ones you where so intent to blame their plight on the president.

    Guess you moved onto something new because it never had anything to do with their well being.

    President Trump and his administration will lead us through this and we will come out stronger as a nation.

    But you’ll be here falling for what CNN tells you is his next weakness.

    And you’ll be left looking the fool again.

  10. tradegy to see total incompetence on the POTUS' administration!!! WHERE ARE THOSE MASKS THAT YOU KEEP TALKING ABOUT DONALD!!!???

  11. This is so lame, when your Quarantine why are there more cases? Let's just live our regular daily lives so we don't get more in a deep hole and let's hope for that vaccine to be developed quickly.

  12. Feinstein is the worst senator EVER!!

    I Dare someone to tell me something she has done for cali2, except trade stocks to stay rich.

  13. I’m really interested to observe how this pandemic affects society in the long term. What aspects of normal behavior will change? Will the use of masks become globally more common, even when the pandemic is over? Will online schools become more popular? Will the unfortunate aspects of our government that this virus has exposed change? This honestly feels like a bit of a turning point in society.

  14. "Shelter-in-'place" was a term long before it was applied to school shootings; it's a perfectly valid term. It's the opposite of "evacuation."

  15. Germany is predicting between 1 and 2 years. God help us when the common flu season comes. If you get COVID when you have the flu…

  16. Mr Garcetti, you need to address in an effective way the management of
    groceries and stores to implement the 1 meter barrier. I called a 99
    store today because it was just as usual, long lines without any
    distance. They made an announcement on the microphone right away. But
    they need to limit the number of people inside the stores as well, like
    the local Ralph's does. The Ralph security were also pouring gel in our
    hands before entering the store.

  17. Mr Garcetti, you need to address in an effective way the management of
    groceries and stores to implement the 1 meter barrier. I called a 99
    store today because it was just as usual, long lines without any
    distance. They made an announcement on the microphone right away. But
    they need to limit the number of people inside the stores as well, like
    the local Ralph's does. The Ralph security were also pouring gel in our
    hands before entering the store.

  18. MSNBC must be so happy it doesn't have to talk about Bernie and all his "radical" ideas for "economic planning" and "justice for workers" . . . oh . . . wait . . .

  19. Wow – this is strange, but it is a refreshing and welcome change to hear a leader who can care for people and speak in complete sentences as an adult.

  20. I don't mind staying home but they should have some kind of assistance for all the small businesses that are forced to close because of this order.

  21. The most healing thing I've done is walk by the ocean at Sunset and everybody was at a distance. People still surfing. Still go for a walk in woods. Just stay 6 feet from humans. At home I've worked on landscaping. Cooking. Play with pets. We've been donating on Go fund me to save favorite music venue.

  22. We are all so screwed…. America has been tested and we failed.
    This is not going away anytime soon…. This is the new way of living.

  23. We’re surviving 100,000 turds dumped on the streets constantly by a gazillion homeless here in LA, I’m sure we’ll survive the flu2.0. Stay safe.

  24. They ain't arresting anyone. They're not even coming out for a misdemeanor after the face! Right Chula Vista PD?

  25. 4:12 this is a totally unexpected beautiful, encouraging little story, I encourage you to watch, it’s only 20 seconds
    The governor talks about people popping out their windows cheering out “Hello Mayor!” to him almost like a musical 😄💕

  26. Birds chirping an deer running around dude what city are you referring to your the mayor of Los Angeles more like drug addict an illegal aliens running around be accurate don’t tell a fairy tale I know a lot of Californians are in a fantasy world but that’s the reality

  27. I’m happy he said he is trying to prevent more people from getting the virus. That is why there is a say home order.

  28. Yes I agree… California has the absolute best politicians… just look at conditions of there cities….🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  29. we are slowly getting where we need to be…. this is beautiful that they are saying they care about human life. Its amazing to hear that other companies are stepping up and producing items we need, stateside. We need to show our independence and not depend on others. Look at where it has gotten us. Bring the jobs back to the people.. The wealthy need to step up, use your billions and donate services or materials to hospitals and transport. Increase their pay………….you pay basketball players millions per month, people buy their merchandise, fly and buy expensive seats to watch a live game. Right now, the real superstars need that support, their families need that safety net, just in case. I know if more companies step up and provide support, we can dissolve this with all of our efforts.

  30. Public schools do lock down. Or currently, hide out, get out, take out. Shelter in place is when you seal yourself in you home with plastic sheeting and duct tape.

  31. LA Mayor says it all. There's more leadership from everyday Americans than he could have imagined. So many are stepping up and doing the things that really count , even though as he also says, even if the leadership of the country is weak. This is the type of thing that America is known for. Kudos to the citizens of the US, and everywhere else that people are stepping up to help. It give me shivers. I know I'm not doing enough … yet.

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  33. It is so because there is no control of any viruses. There are so great thermometers now but nobody uses them. I'll kids gets into school busses. I'll kids gets into school and there classes. After that all sublings and parents of that kids from that school are ill. Why you are surprised? There are nurses at school but they don't meet kids in the entrence. Only if the kid's behavior looks strange he will get to the nurse with her magic thermometer. She will not help a child. No. She will call parents and give them a paper. This year my son brought a lot of viruses from school one by one. Each third day after recovery the school's nurse called me to say that my son had been ill 🤒. Previous week my son brought 2 different viruses (not coronavirus) from school before closure and now all our family is ill. Who is responsible for all that cases? What was done to revent it? Nothing. There are a lot of people who are near kids and receives money for taking care of them. They have great equipment but they don't use it. Why you are still surprised of all this news?!

  34. In the past 10 days I started to notice a difference in traffic and people on the streets in Los Angeles and Long Beach, I give praise to our governor and mayors for their actions and communication.

  35. The first reported case was January 20th, (62 days ago). Therefore, plenty of time to set in place an action plan and given the China outbreak as well since December 2019. So why was Trump so slow to respond to this threat to national security? And why is he still allowed to spread false information? Take the advice from the scientist instead. I have a question in which we will never know the answer to, how many cases are out there yet to be reported or will never be reported?

  36. Mayor Garcetti, it"s good to hear that you{re turning a new-leaf, hopefully, these "thousands" of homeless People in L:A will get some long-awaited real
    help, like Medical Treatment & other necessary assistance to relieve their sufferings, & Hopefully, they all can be relocated to another STATES so you can
    "Thoroughly " Clean-UP and Sanitized " all the Streets of Los Angeles "and bring it back to what it used to be, No pressure here, but ASAP, is all great !

  37. not true in los angeles you see people everywhere at market at home depot on the streets specially Hispanics. so much ignorance. marshall law

  38. Here is the difference between a great leader and what we are stuck with in the White House:
    FDR: “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
    Trump: “The only thing I have to offer is fear itself.”

  39. Wow…there really are some political leaders that can look beyond partisanship to actually caring about protecting the people of the country.

  40. He's wrong, though. "The sooner you do this, the sooner you'll get out of it." Based on what? No one is "out of this" yet. Asia has gotten their local transmissions under control, but they still can't allow freedom of movement even months after the lockdowns or else the cases will climb again. Indefinite lockdowns is not a plan. It does not present an idea for how to make it through the crisis, only what to do today and tomorrow. A vaccine may come in the near future, the distant future, or never. We need a plan that gets us through the crisis intact without relying on a vaccine as an endpoint.

  41. ASK TRUMP IF ANY OR SOME OF HIS TOWERS/HOTELS WILL ACCOMODATE SICK PERSONS ………………

  42. Don’t like Garcetti or Newsom, but they’ve done a pretty decent job at containing the virus. Saluted indeed

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