Nurses treating coronavirus say they're 'going into a battle we're just not prepared for'

NY nurses say their safety is being sacrificed due to protective equipment shortages. The 'scary' part is the COVID-19 surge is just beginning.

(Translated) គិលានុប្បដ្ឋាយិកាព្យាបាលជំងឺឆ្កែឆ្កួតនិយាយថាពួកគេនឹងធ្វើសង្គ្រាមដែលយើងមិនទាន់ត្រៀមសំរាប់

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