As more states order residents to hunker down amid a rapidly expanding outbreak, hospitals in the U.S. are preparing for an onslaught of new patients infected with COVID-19. But whether hospitals exceed capacity will depend on how quickly the government moves to stem the spread of new cases. Annie Waldman, a reporter for ProPublica, joins Hari Sreenivasan from more on what to expect.
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