The first test kits were only 70% accurate and getting results took several days. Mass Public testing would cause false insecurity and confusion that would be deadly.
Trump cut the red tape and got the FDA to fast track a more accurate test that takes 45 minutes and doesn't need to be sent to a lab. These newer tests use pre-existing lab equipment that hospitals already have with no additional training needed. 
Trump did not disband the pandemic unit; Trump instead, re-organized it with several other agencies to have better coordination and combination of different skill types. This cuts the bureaucratic red tape and promotes better and more efficient cross-agency communications and team work. 
DISBAND = STILL ON-CALL / EASILY RE-HIRED
Media article entitled, Video emerges showing Trump talking about cutting pandemic team in 2018, despite saying last week 'I didn't know about it' completely misleads and later does states that President Trump said,
"Mr Trump said of the pandemic team that “some of the people we’ve cut they haven’t been used for many, many years and if we ever need them we can get them very quickly and rather then spending the money”.
Africa has been using this drug, Chloroquine, for malaria for many decades and is sold over the counter (OTC). Scare Talk of overdoses is just Left Wing Media Hate for Trump as he pushes the FDA for fast track approval. This is because studies show overdoses are very rare in Africa even when sold over the counter.
So far, New York doctors and hospitals have reported good success in 100 out of 100 patients using Hydroxychloroquine & Azithromycin. 
While still not yet FDA approved, Trump cut the red tape to get the process fast tracked.
a - Shipments will arrive Monday, March 23, 2020. 
As I write this, more than 500,000 respirators are on the way from our South Dakota plant to two of the more critically impacted areas, New York and Seattle, with arrivals expected starting tomorrow. We are also ready to expedite additional shipments across the country.
- Mike Roman, CEO of 3M
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Admits Stockpile of Thousands of Unused Ventilators 
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo acknowledged Friday the state did have a stockpile of unused ventilators, despite his complaints the federal government was not sending enough.
This is the HEADLINE of the USA Today article.
Amid coronavirus pandemic, millions of older Americans live in counties with no ICU beds - USA Today
HOWEVER, somewhere buried in this USA Today article is this:
The United States has about three times as many ICU beds per capita as Italy and 10 times as many as China, two countries ravaged by COVID-19, according to a new report from the Society of Critical Care Medicine. The supply of ventilators also exceeds other developed countries, another study found. But as with ICU beds, “there is wide variation (in ventilators available) across states,” the study found.
President Trump's suggestion at Covid-19 press Conference was laughed at wildly for thinking out loud on using a "tremendous" light to hit the Corona Virus, but it turns out to be an innovative
way of treaing viruses, including the Corona Virus. 
If calling this CoronaVirus, the "Chinese Virus" racist, was calling the Spanish Flu racist?
And how about the Asian Flu in the 1957? Is that racist?
Or what about the Hong Kong Flu in 1968? Is that racist?
Or the Russian Flu in 1889?
Or MERS (Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome) in 2012?
Next, why should anyone have to research "where" a dangerous epidemic is from?
Shouldn't location info be more important in the name so as to warn others on what to do? That is, restrict and ban those coming from the outbreak area so as not to spread the disease?
SARS (SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME)
- POLITICALLY CORRECT?
If you think about it, the SARS epidemic is a misleading and un-useful name to the general public on what to do next or how to slow down the spread of the epidemic as this name, SARS, give zero location info or it's origin.
WHAT TO REPORT Location is key as each local area has a different way of reporting and also has to rank what is important to report daily. A vague name like SARS might be important somewhere, but elsewhere (perhaps not so digitally connected or skilled), the local media might be concerned about some other event(s) when a local geographical name would get far more attention by the same local media.
Actor Daniel Dae Kim Says Anti-Malaria Drug Hydroxychloroquine Helped Him Recover from Coronavirus 
I won't say that it's a cure and I won't say definitively that you should go out and use it. But what I will say is that I believe that [hydroxychloroquine] was crucial to my recovery. I believe the entire mixture of drugs was crucial to my recovery,
- Actor Daniel Dae Kim
#6 - French Researchers report drug combo could shortern COVID-19?
There's drug combo to shorten coronavirus, French researchers say | Fox News 
In the statement, which was released Sunday, IHU-Méditerranée Infection in Marseille described the treatment protocol for COVID-19 patients. “A treatment with the hydroxychloroquine combination (200 mg x 3 per day for 10 days) + Azithromycin (500 mg on the 1st day then 250 mg per day for 5 more days), as part of the precautions for use of this association (including an electrocardiogram on D0 and D2)," they write, in the translated statement. “In cases of severe pneumonia, a broad-spectrum antibiotic is also used.”
#14 - BREAKING: FDA Issues Emergency Use Authorization Of Trump-Touted Drug To Treat Coronavirus | The Daily Wire
On Sunday night, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, drugs often used to treat malaria and recently touted by President Donald Trump as a possible "game-changer" in the fight against the China-originated novel coronavirus, or COVID-19.
The United States Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) announced in a statement on Sunday that the FDA will allow the drugs to be "donated to the Strategic National Stockpile to be distributed and prescribed by doctors to hospitalized teen and adult patients with COVID-19, as appropriate, when a clinical trial is not available or feasible," a Politico report said.
#15 - 400,000 tablets of anti-malarial medication donated to Louisiana for coronavirus trials | wwltv.com
Attorney General Jeff Landry and state senator Fred Mills announced that Amneal Pharmaceuticals is donating pallets of hydroxycholorquine sulfate to the state, one of two drugs that the Food and Drug Administration has authorized to be given to hospitalized COVID-19 patients and medical personnel for treatment and prevention.
The drug, which has yielded some early positive results in treating the virus, has not gone through the extensive testing necessary to be proven to treat COVID-19. The topic sparked controversy and confusion when Trump toted it as a potentially game-changing medicine as early as two weeks ago. The tablets will be shipped to University Medical Center in New Orleans and the LSU Medical School wings in Baton Rouge and Lafayette.
They will be used in two separate trials conducted by the LSU School of Medicine: One that prescribes hydroxycholorquine to COVID-19 patients with severe conditions and another that gives it to healthcare workers to test if it prevents catching the virus. 
#17 - High Blood Pressure Medication could be used to fight Covid-19 by stabilizing blood vessels being attack by the Corona Virus.
On top of a vaccination that reduces virus replication, Ruschitzka suggested strengthening vascular health may be key to treating Covid-19 patients.
"All patients who are at risk and the elderly should be treated very well for the underlying cardiovascular conditions. The better they are treated, the more likely they are to survive the Covid-19 infection," he said.
"We know that angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors [heart medications used to treat high blood pressure] and anti-inflammatory drugs [make the endothelium stronger]," he said.
John Nicholls, a clinical professor in pathology at the University of Hong Kong, said more research was needed.
#18 - 100% MISLEADING VA study that concludes virus patients shows no benefit to study fo anti-Malarial Drug....
First of all, many going to the VA are already super sick, e..g Homeless Veterans aka Chronic Drug Users who are already suicidal.
Second of all, many of the Homeless, of which are drug user veterans, also congregate together in homeless camps doing drugs and alcohol, so they have higher chance of being infected and going to the VA.
Third, most Veterans who are dying of Covid-19 already have an pre-existing condition and Homeless Vets are at the top of that list in more ways than one. Additionally, Homeless Veterans are constantly in and out of emergency rooms..
Four. Elective surgeries and procedures have been discontinued/postponed by most, if not all hospitals. Moreover, the Veterans are most likely to get the Corona Virus are the Homeless Veterans by far due to their dangerous lifestyle. This, as opposed to the Good Veterans who self-quarantines and wears a mask in public.
Five. The fact that the VA study said there were more deaths with those receiving the anti-malarial drug than standard care should raise red flags on how the study was conducted.
That is, what type of patients are getting the drug and WHEN are they getting the drug? And what type of patient is getting standard care?
For example, retired military personnel serving in the police force should be healthy to begin with and should not have pre-existing conditions like heart problems.
Yet Many Homeless Veterans going to the ER's are already found unconscious on the streets. Hence, the same can be said if these Homeless Vets have the Corona Virus. They may wait until they can barely breath, if that. Usually it's someone else who calls 911 for these Homeless Vets.
Our study cohort
comprised only men whose median age was over 65 years. Therefore, the results may not
necessarily reflect outcomes in women or in younger hospitalized populations, nor can they be
extrapolated to pediatric patients.
Our findings may also be influenced by the demographic
composition of patients in our cohort, the majority of whom were black. Disproportionately
higher rates of Covid-19-related hospitalization among the black population have also been
reported in the United States as a whole. (Pages 13-14)
Contrary to the media and Fackcheck.org saying Trump didn't expect a pandemic and calling it a hoax,
Trump, regardless, did order a travel ban on China back in January 2020 while being called a racist for this travel ban by Democrats and Liberals.