Florida ICU Could Hit Capacity ‘In Days’ As Health Care Workers Face Burnout

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Florida ICU Could Hit Capacity ‘In Days’ As Health Care Workers Face Burnout

Governors in Southern states like Louisiana are starting to come around to mask mandates, but not all residents are following suit.

On Sunday, Florida reported more than 15,000 positive coronavirus cases. At Jackson Memorial Hospital in South Florida, director of medical ICU Dr. David J. De La Zerda says beds are running and low — and so are nurses to staff them.

And the NFL’s Washington, D.C.-based team is officially changing its name and logo. Activist Crystal Echo Hawk says she cried when she heard the news.

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