The coronavirus has jam-packed more than 20,400 patients into New York City’s hospitals. Overwhelmed healthcare workers expected the emergency field hospital at Javits Convention Center to offer relief by taking on COVID-19 patients. But after weeks of being open, the makeshift hospital is still mostly empty. Here’s why.
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Why NYC’s Largest Emergency Hospital Is Empty During COVID-19