U.S. Postal Service Wanted to Mail Five Masks To Every Household in April, But Trump Killed the Idea
The U.S. Postal Service planned to mail 650 million masks nationwide in April, which would have given five life-saving masks to every American household (VIDEO BELOW).
Senior Trump administration officials told the Washington Post that President Donald Trump’s White House killed the life-saving idea:
There was concern from some in the White House Domestic Policy Council and the office of the vice president that households receiving masks might create concern or panic.
ARIRANG NEWS reported that South Korea began selling masks at their post offices back in March.
South Korea dramatically reduced its COVID-19 cases in May, notes The Atlantic.