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How ventilators work and why they're critical in the fight against the novel coronavirus

The U.S. is currently facing a shortage of ventilators. Here’s how they work and why they are so important in fighting COVID-19.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday he would “want to see a clear indication” that the U.S. is “very clearly and strongly going in the right direction,” before reopening the country.

“The virus kind of decides whether or not it’s going to be appropriate to open,” the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said on CNN. He warned the country could “prematurely” end social distancing measures and then “you’re right back in the same situation.”

Fauci said that the curve of new cases appear to be flattening as hospitalizations and patients on ventilators in New York were down: “We’re going in the right direction, let’s keep in that direction.”

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  1. I just think it's too suspicious, all of a sudden the "government " are worrying about medical situations; they sure never cared before.

  2. I have a feeling you’re better off at a for Profit Private Hospital over a State Funded Public Hospital.

  3. "The beauty of me is that I’m very rich." -Donald Trump


  4. there should be a shite ton of these things sitting unused in teaching facilities colleges etc!!!

  5. Why is it called the novel coronavirus? Is someone going to write a novel about it or something?

  6. ill never need one if i ever do i refuse to take one id rather die then have one on me

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