In worst-case coronavirus scenario ethics guide choices on who gets care

It is a scenario few health care leaders want to contemplate much less discuss.What if the ranks of desperately ill patients overwhelm the nations ability to care for them.With respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus rapidly spreading nowhere is that potential more evident than the nations limited supply of mechanical breathing machines called ventilators.

Desperate scenes are playing out in Italy where a spike in COVID-19 cases have overwhelmed the medical system and doctors have reported shortages of staff and equipment.More than 4800 people have died there surpassing China in total deaths.Most of the data in the latest survey frankly are less than earth shattering.

47 percent of part time workers would prefer to work more hours at their current wage and 29 percent of Americans expect to earn a higher income in the coming year.43 percent of homeowners who have owned their home for at least a year believe its value has increased.Dekho kine mareej thik ho rahe ne amrika ch te kehri navi davai mili hun.But the answer to one question was astonishing. The Fed asked respondents how they would pay for a $400 emergency.

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