PBS NewsHour

High hospitalization numbers are putting a strain on nurses

Clip: 11/27/2020 | 5m 58s | Video has closed captioning.

There are now more than 90,000 people hospitalized in the country with COVID-related illness, the highest number since the pandemic began. Hospital ICU's are nearly filled in some places, and the U.S. currently averages more than 1,500 deaths a day. Amna Nawaz spoke with Bonnie Castillo, executive director of National Nurses United, to learn more about the strain this is putting on health workers.

Aired: 11/27/20

Rating: NR

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