CDC chief says US faces pandemic's hardest time
Wednesday was a record setting day in the pandemic and not in a good way more than 3100 people died across the country that beat the old single day record by 20%. Death toll now stands at nearly 274,000 and correspondent Faith of Mu Bai says the outlook is not good. The CDC now warning 200,000 more Americans could die from the virus within the next three months, December and January and February are going to be rough times. I actually believe they're going to be the most difficult I'm in the public health history of this nation. The potential impact on an already taxed healthcare system, worrying officials coast to coast ICUs near capacity in New Mexico, North Dakota and Rhode Island. Some hospitals in New York and Virginia suspending elective surgeries has covert symptoms send a record 100,000 Americans to hospitals across the country.