Washington D.C. could see a summer surge of coronavirus infections


D. C. leaders have warned of a summer surge of coronavirus cases to prepare for it the city's convention center will become a hospital it's set to become a five hundred to fifteen hundred bed facility and it's being transformed by the army corps of engineers mayor Muriel Bowser says set up will begin Monday with five hundred non intensive care beds available by the first week of may still she says the facility is for a worst case scenario and the goal is to not have to use it the hill reports the project is expected to cost about nineteen million dollars John Aaron WTOP

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