60 Minutes speaks to a doctor who says NYC hospitals are like hell on Earth as waves of patients suffering from COVID-19 come through their doors. And a nurse says the U.S. is treating the virus with equipment that lags behind what's being used in other
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Published: 2021-07-29 07:39 am
New York's health care workers treating coronavirus describe lack of equipment, infections of colleagues
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