“We were all trying to figure this thing out,” he said. “And we have all made very difficult decisions. And we are still making very difficult decisions.”
He added: “I would agree with Governor Whitmer. If you take the nine months and the hundreds of decisions we had to make quickly, I will make sure you can find things that can improve you.”
Hogan also said governors on the front lines of the battle had gathered better than those in Washington.
“Unlike Washington,” Hogan said, “where we see so much division and dysfunction, the governors did not always agree, but we certainly tried to help each other and help each other through the whole crisis.”
In the United States, nearly 19 million cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed. The current death toll is 331,930, by far the highest in the world.
Both expressed their hope that 2021 will be much better than this year.
‘Every month of 2021 will be better than the previous one, “Whitmer said.” We will have a new government sworn in at the end of January. They will be led by science. They will work with states to make sure our vaccine distribution runs as fluently as possible. ‘
And Hogan has made it clear that he is happy that 2020 is coming to an end.
“I think we all want to thank everyone for ending 2020 only,” he said.