字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント an emergency room doctor has shared video from the epicenter of the outbreak to show us what's really going on. AM ACOG, Liano reports. Hospitals are under siege. That video was shot by this emergency room doctor and sent to The New York Times to show the world what it's really like on the front lines of the crisis. People need to know what is happening here. I applaud her, her bravery for really taking us behind the scenes. The video was taken inside hard hit Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, New York, where 13 people died in just 1 24 hour period. You can see Ah, long line of people, everyone wearing masks waiting to be tested for covert 19. Much resource is much staff as possible way. Need all the help we can get? At another New York hospital, three nurses were photographed wearing garbage bags over their scrubs for protection. The photo is shocking America. Look, one is even seen holding a box of hefty bags. That photo was taken here amounts on my West Hospital on the West Side of Manhattan. The nurse who posted it to Facebook rights quote. No more gowns in the whole hospital. No more masks unquote, she said. They had no choice but to reuse the masks. You know, it's really gives you a sinking feeling when you watch nurses risking everything to help others and they're wearing garbage bags. I mean, that's that's not America. We should be able to provide people in the front lines with the best equipment possible. We wouldn't send our soldiers in the battle with garbage bags. In a statement to Inside Edition, Mount Sinai says, We always provide all our staff with the critically important personal protective equipment they need to safely do their job. In fact, the troubling photos circulating in the media specifically shows the nurses in proper peopie underneath garbage bags, with medical personnel becoming the new heroes of these troubling days. Ah, grateful husband pays tribute to those who are risking their lives to save others. Thank you, all in emergency for saving my wife's life. I love you all, his sign says. His hand is on his heart. The nurse from the hospital in New Jersey, who took the photo rights he had tears pouring down his face. I asked him how his wife was. He said, Great, she's going home today.