Some State Governments Considering Asking Hospitals to Further Ration Care

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State gov­ern­ments are report­ed­ly con­sid­er­ing ask­ing hos­pi­tals to con­sid­er rationing care amid con­cerns that the sec­ond wave of coro­n­avirus cas­es is over­whelm­ing health care sys­tems, and New Mex­i­co and Ida­ho may be the first to take action on the plan if cas­es in those states do not decline, accord­ing to local media.Both New Mex­i­co and Ida­ho are see­ing record num­bers of coro­n­avirus cas­es. While pos­i­tiv­i­ty rates and pos­i­tive cas­es do seem to be in slight decline, at least in New Mex­i­co, both states are con­cerned that the Thanks­giv­ing hol­i­day could give rise to a steep uptick in cas­es as ear­ly as this week — and that means hos­pi­tals, which are already over­whelmed, could be fur­ther hindered.“A med­ical dam-break had been part of repeat­ed warn­ings by state offi­cials for weeks …


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