U.S. coronavirus cases soar past 7,000, all states reported cases
Topics: U.S. CORONAVIRUS
Nationwide, more than 7,000 people have been infected, and more than 110 have died.
"The bottom line is things will get much worse," said Dr. James Phillips, an assistant professor at George Washington University Hospital.
"We're at a significant risk of overwhelming the number of beds we have."
"We're so far behind on testing, there's only one way we can be certain not to transmit the virus and be certain not to get it ourselves.
And that is that we need to start treating every person as though they have this," Phillips said.
"The time for half measures is over," San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said.
"History will not forgive us for waiting an hour more." ■