Lessons learned: Why hospitals are better prepared for latest coronavirus resurgence

June 29, 2020

ABC News

The ACEP has published guidance on practices culled from hospitals around the country. These include spacing out seats in waiting rooms, creating separate entrances for possible coronavirus patients and opening "negative pressure" rooms to help decontaminate the air.

"Emergency departments across the country are continually adapting their procedures as we learn more about the virus and how to treat it," the ACEP website proclaims.

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