New York Times: Doctors and Nurses Are ‘Living in a Constant Crisis’ as Covid Fills Hospitals

New York Times: Doctors and Nurses Are ‘Living in a Constant Crisis’ as Covid Fills Hospitals. “The highly contagious Omicron variant arrives in the United States at a moment when there is little capacity left in hospitals, especially in the Midwest and Northeast, where case rates are the highest, and where many health care workers are still contending with the Delta variant. Some researchers are hopeful that Omicron may cause less severe disease than Delta, but health officials still worry that the new variant could send a medical system already under pressure to the breaking point.”

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