Hospital braces for long haul flighting coronavirus
ANDY WILHELM: It's ongoing. It doesn't stop, and we don't know when it's going to stop at this point.
Initially talked about COVID as being a respiratory problem and people being on life support. But as we've learned more and seen more and more, it's really a multiorgan disease. They go into kidney failure. They have strokes. They go into heart failure. They have heart attacks.
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ANDY WILHELM: We got a first wave. Some people say we're still in the first wave, but we've been in it long enough now where we're trying to switch gears and say we're in it for the long haul.
It's an intense disease, and we don't understand it well enough to know how to run interference on it. And I know that everything-- everybody's getting sick out and around town, and we know that more is coming at some point. And they may live. They may not. Unfortunately, a lot don't. And when you're on a hamster wheel and a lot of people die, it's tiring. It's tiring.