Top officials in southern and western U.S. cities and states with growing coronavirus cases sounded the alarm Sunday, saying hospitals were near capacity and that stricter social-distancing enforcement was needed to stem the growing outbreaks.
“We’re on a trajectory right now that we could be inundating our intensive-care units here within the next week to 10 days,” Austin, Texas, Mayor Steve Adler said on CNN’s “State of the Union,” warning that hospitals don’t have the staffing to deal with the surge. “We’re watching the…
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