‘We’re Scared’: Doctors in New Coronavirus Hotspots Brace for ‘Tsunami’ of Patients

Pilar Melendez of the Daily Beast –

“I just don’t want Atlanta to be the next New York City,” an ER doctor told The Daily Beast, as cases in his city continue to surge.

As New York City—the epicenter of the novel coronavirus in the United States—struggles to keep up with tens of thousands of cases, smaller cities across the country are also witnessing an explosive growth of infected residents, quickly becoming new hot spots for the deadly disease.


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