‘Tired to the bone’: U.S Hospitals overwhelmed with coronavirus cases

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Conditions in a lot of the U.S hospitals are worsening by the day as cases of coronavirus surge throughout the nation, AP reported

“We are depressed, disheartened and tired to the bone,” mentioned Alison Johnson, director of vital care at Johnson City Medical Center in Tennessee, including that she drives to and from work some days in tears.

Most of the nation’s hospitals are overwhelmed and are actually changing chapels, cafeterias, ready rooms, hallways, even a parking storage into affected person therapy areas.

Doctors and nurses, particularly in Texas and Wisconsin, are desperately calling round to different medical facilities seeking open beds for critically ailing Americans. Fatigue and frustration are setting in amongst front-line employees.

The variety of each day confirmed cases in the U.S since November has soared to greater than 80%, reaching a median of 160,000 cases per day. Cases are on the rise in all 50 states. Deaths are averaging greater than 1,155 per day, the highest in months. Read the full story

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