The Minnesota Department of Health reported on Wednesday that 53 more deaths have been recorded as a result of COVID-19. In addition, the update includes nearly 3,800 more cases, with hospitals reaching capacity.
Dr. Michael Osterholm talked about the state of the virus in Minnesota with News Talk 830 WCCO's Chad Hartman.
When it comes to hospitals reaching capacity, Osterholm shared that there is one reason we are seeing a crisis in healthcare.
"The limit right now is not hospital beds. It's not medical equipment. It's not even necessarily some of the drugs that come from a foreign country. It's healthcare workers," Osterholm said. "This precious, precious group of people who have put their lives on hold for the last two years. Who have done day after day battle against this virus."