AHA, ANA Urge Congress to Quickly Fund Health Care Readiness for Coronavirus

The AHA and American Nurses Association urge Congress to “swiftly provide” $1 billion in initial supplemental emergency funding to support the “urgent preparedness and response needs of hospitals, health systems, physicians and nurses on the front lines” of the novel coronavirus outbreak. Details follow under key resources.

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