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Hospitals take extreme measures to boost capacity, supplies

Clip: 03/26/2020 | 6m 16s Video has closed captioning.

More U.S. hospitals are feeling the pressure and gravity of the spread of COVID-19. In New York state, hospitalizations rose 40 percent and 100 patients died in a single day. As the influx grows, some hospitals and medical practitioners are taking extraordinary steps to cope and prepare for the worsening crisis. William Brangham talks to Stony Brook University Hospital’s Carol Gomes.

Aired: 03/26/20

Rating: NR

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