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Hospital workers move a patient into the prone (face down) position, which can help increase the lung capacity of some COVID-19 patients. The medical team was photographed Nov. 19 at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Los Angeles. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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'It's So Much Worse Than Before.' Dread And Despair Haunt Nurses Inside LA's ICUs

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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (right) tours a temporary hospital site in April with his wife, Maria Lee. The overflow hospital, intended to help with the surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations, won't be able to take patients if there aren't additional doctors and nurses available to provide treatment. Theresa Montgomery/TN Photo Services hide caption

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As Hospitals Fill With COVID-19 Patients, Medical Reinforcements Are Hard To Find

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COVID-19 Hospitalizations Hit Record Highs. Where Are Hospitals Reaching Capacity?

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COVID-19 Contact Tracing Workforce Barely 'Inching Up' As Cases Surge

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A new wave of rapid coronavirus tests has entered the market with the potential to greatly expand screening for the virus. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Can The U.S. Use Its Growing Supply Of Rapid Tests To Stop The Virus?

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14 States Make Contact Tracing Data Public. Here's What They're Learning

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Coronavirus Cases Are Surging. The Contact Tracing Workforce Is Not

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As Coronavirus Surges, How Much Testing Does Your State Need To Subdue The Virus?

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As States Reopen, Do They Have The Workforce They Need To Stop Coronavirus Outbreaks?

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