ニュースの中での Stockpile

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Sports Illustrated
· Are the New York Jets better at wide receiver this year?  
In the second round, general manager Joe Douglas traded down to stockpile draft picks and selected Baylor wide receiver Denzel Mims in the second round with the No.
ProPublica
· You Can Make Millions Selling Masks to the Government in Three Easy Steps  
A pending $14.1 million deal with the Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the national stockpile, could net Cardiff and Bedi about $2 million in profit, according to court records.
Financial Express
· US bets on untested company to deliver COVID-19 vaccine  
Koska said Giroir was ”blown away” by their technology and told them that if a pandemic hit, the strategic national stockpile was going to need a very fast way to get injections filled with vaccines or therapeutics and ready to deliver.According to Walker, the CEO, ApiJect wasn’t interested in a federal contract they were aiming to change the developing world with quick, inexpensive injection devices that could save millions of lives.
The Age
· Massive spike in demand for masks leads to sale restrictions  
Health Minister Jenny Mikakos said the state had 32 million masks stockpiled for health services.
Washington Post
· Transcript: The Path Forward: Strategic Preparedness  
We've heard about shortfalls in the national stockpile.
The Guardian
· The strange case of Australia's 10m Covid-19 tests: how Andrew Forrest's coup fell flat  
When questioned about the patchy uptake, the health department said some of the BGI tests were being sent to the national medical stockpile to build a strategic reserve.
Sports Illustrated
· MLB Betting: AL Central Win Total Breakdown  
The Royals are slowly stockpiling some exceptional pitching in their farm system to pair with a few of their young studs in their lineup, but none of those arms appear to be viable options for 2020.
Frontline
· U.S. Bets On Small, Untested Company to Deliver COVID Vaccine  
Koska said Giroir was “blown away” by their technology and told them that if a pandemic hit, the strategic national stockpile was going to need a very fast way to get injections filled with vaccines or therapeutics and ready to deliver.