Doctors in Chile Face Tough Decisions as Coronavirus Cases Spike Doctors in Chile Face Tough Decisions as Coronavirus Cases Spike

Doctors in hospitals across the Chilean capital Santiago said on Wednesday beds are fast running short as new coronavirus cases spike across the city, forcing urgent care wards to make tough decisions with patients flooding the system.Reuters Health Information
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