States scramble to build makeshift hospitals before virus peaks
States are urgently searching for more space to house coronavirus patients as many hospitals across the country already expect to be overwhelmed. New York state alone expects to need roughly 87,000 more hospital beds than they currently have for when the virus hits its peak.
“I will turn this state upside down to get the number of beds we need, but we need the staff for those beds,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said.
Cuomo called the virus aracing across the country. New York, currently , is still two to three weeks away from the worst of the virus.
On Monday, Cuomo toured the
[Source: CBS News]