The top man at the Wisconsin Hospital Association says there are real needs in the state, and the first is the need for some cooperation.
Hospital Association President Eric Borgerding said in a letter to Governor Evers and top lawmakers that they need to work together to get ahead of what he says is a crisis that is coming with the spike in coronavirus numbers. Borgerding says the state needs to open-up other overflow hospitals in other areas of the state. He says the state can also hire more contact tracers and add testing capacity to try to get their hands around the size of the coronavirus outbreak.
Borgerding says many hospitals in Wisconsin are looking at too many sick people and not enough doctors or nurses to treat them.