U.S. ill-equipped for pandemic, experts fear
USA Today, May 15, 2009
Though health officials say the swine flu outbreak appears relatively mild, some medical experts say the United States is unprepared in many ways to handle a severe pandemic. Hundreds of ERs have shut down over the past 15 years, largely because of financial pressures, and even hospital equipment could be in short supply.
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