Spiking numbers have hospitals bracing for the worst, pushing some to divert ambulances to other hospitals because they’re too full or short on staffing to care for more patients — and not just COVID-19 patients. It’s a familiar pattern we saw in the spring, and one hospital executive says it could get worse as we begin to see the effects of a post-holiday surge. Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan reports.
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