WSJ: The outbreak is straining the resources of Wuhan’s front-line hospital staff, who have been forced to turn patients away because of a lack of beds and basic medical supplies. The 1,000-bed Huoshenshan facility was completed and ready to receive patients on Feb. 3, while the second — a 1,600-bed hospital called Leishenshan — is supposed to be ready by Feb. 5, just 10 to 12 days after plans for their construction were first announced.

Hey, just sell Alaska to these guys too, and all will be perfect.

One Response to “Odd”

  1. feeblemind Says:

    One wonders what kind of hospital can be built in less than two weeks?

    One wonders how badly the epidemic will affect China’s economy?

    Schiff should be ignored.

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