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As COVID-19 hospitalizations near 100,000 in USA, experts fear facilities lacking staff will be ‘overrun’ by patients – USA TODAY

As COVID-19 hospitalizations increase exponentially, doctors, nurses, staff and ICU beds are needed. Health care experts sound an alarm.

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Doctors and nurses working in hospitals across the country are sharing the realities of COVID-19.
USA TODAY
The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients nationwide stood on the brink of 100,000 Wednesday, an alarming statistic fueling enormous strain on the health care system and its brave but beleaguered workers.
Some experts said the total, compiled by the COVID Tracking Project, could soon double. Robert Glatter, an emergency room physician at New York City’s Lenox Hill Hospital, said the country…

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