Wisconsin hospitals face critical staffing shortages during COVID-19 surge

Wisconsin is in the midst of a month-long surge of cases that is hitting rural areas of the state particularly hard. And about 70 percent of Wisconsin’s hospitals will face a dearth of medical professionals by the end of this week. John Yang speaks with William Melms, chief medical officer at Marshfield Clinic Health System in Wisconsin, to learn more.

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