Spiking U.S. coronavirus cases could force rationing decisions similar to those made in Italy, China

In an extreme outbreak, rationing would raise tortured questions. Should a patient with a terminal cancer or serious heart disease get the same priority as everyone else? Should the CEO of a hospital or a health worker be prioritized? How should prisoners or undocumented immigrants be considered?

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Contributor: Ariana Eunjung Cha