America’s hospitals and health systems “will always remain vigilant to the next threat and will continue to take the lead in safeguarding the public against potential threats,” but “infection control must be everybody’s job,” writes Jay Bhatt, D.O., AHA senior vice president and chief medical officer, responding to a recent Wall Street Journal article on hospital readiness for the Wuhan virus.  

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