“Twelve doctors at her hospital and the chief executive were sickened with the coronavirus. A colleague had died. Patients as young as 19 were being placed on ventilators. But Michele Acito, the director of nursing at Holy Name Medical Center, in the hardest-hit town in New Jersey’s hardest-hit county, felt like she was holding up. Then her mother-in-law, sister-in-law and brother-in-law arrived.”

+ That story is from New Jersey, one of the new hot spots. Meanwhile, we’re undercounting the victims, the dismissed captain has the virus, and some crazy governors are still resisting reality. Here’s the latest from the NYT.