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Hospital staff concerned about running out of supplies

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The health and Human Services department inspector general surveyed more than three hundred hospitals in the pandemic finding out about what you'd expect the department found hospital staff are concerned not only with the lack of personal protective equipment and ventilators but also about running out of necessities like food thermometers and cleaning supplies not having enough help the staff and waking up to a week for test results the survey was conducted in late March by newly appointed inspector general Christie Grimm