Is U.S. health system ready for COVID-19 surge? These experts say no

New analysis by Harvard University researchers indicates that hospital capacity in many parts of the U.S. will be overwhelmed as the novel coronavirus continues to spread. Now, health care systems are working to increase their readiness. Jeremy Konyndyk of the Center for Global Development and Dr. Bruce Siegel of America’s Essential Hospitals join Amna Nawaz to discuss how facilities can prepare.

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