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Coronavirus / US / Rural States / Utah #1262669

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 18, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Salt Lake City: Erin McLaughlin) The front line fears about the coronavirus in rural states featured; scenes shown from Utah & Indiana; details given about hospital statistics. [Intermountain Medical Center Dr. Brandon WEBB - comments on burnout.] [Patient's daughter Christine HERMANSEN@, University of Utah Health nursing dir. Colleen CONNELLY@, Intermountain Health Care Dr. Todd VENTO@, Sanford Medical Center nurse practitioner Renae WELHOUSE, Memorial Hospital Dr. Stephen SAMPLE@- comment on the hospitals being overwhelmed.] What hospitals are doing about contingency plans discussed.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
McLaughlin, Erin
Duration:
00:02:40

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