Massachusetts Reopens Covid Field Hospital, First Time Since June | NBC News NOW

More than 1,400 people are hospitalized with Covid-19 in Massachusetts. NBC News’ Kathy Park reports from Worcester where a field hospital is reopening for the first time since June.
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