“It’s estimated that we have about 45,000 intensive care unit beds in the United States. In a moderate outbreak, about 200,000 Americans would need one.” NYT Upshot: Here’s the Biggest Thing to Worry About With Coronavirus.

+ “Doctors and nurses are unable to tend to everybody. They lack machines to ventilate all those gasping for air.” Yascha Mounk in The Atlantic: The Extraordinary Decisions Facing Italian Doctors.

+ “Unlike at any other hospital in the United States, the staff members at the hospital in Kirkland, Wash., have faced the brunt of the rapidly escalating coronavirus outbreak.” NYT: A ‘New Normal’ for Hospitals on the Front Lines Fighting Coronavirus.