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De Blasio Asks Elon Musk For Ventilators

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De Blasio Asks Elon Musk For Ventilators

De Blasio Asks Elon Musk For Ventilators

Elon Musk said on Twitter that he and Tesla could start making ventilators to assist hospitals with CoronaVirus Patients.

Business Insider reports that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took Musk up on his offer.

De Blasio said the city would be reaching out to Musk directly.

"New York City is buying!" Musk said on Twitter that ventilators would not be difficult for Tesla and SpaceX to produce.

Musk asked which hospitals are facing shortages.

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