Introducing America, Interrupted, an original podcast from the PBS NewsHour exploring how the coronavirus outbreak is changing our daily lives.
In this episode: Much of what we’ve heard about the coronavirus is from major cities like New York. But what’s happening to hospitals in rural America, where there are more high-risk patients, fewer resources and a smaller safety net — if there is one at all? We talk to two front-line hospital workers in southwest Georgia, and one man in West Texas who has pieced together his own supply chain to get hospitals the equipment they need.
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