Hospitals close amid coronavirus outbreak

Hospitals are closing in the US and Europe as coronaviruses become more prevalent and spread rapidly.

CNN Health Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jane Campbell said Tuesday that she is “concerned” about the spread of coronaviral illnesses.

“We have seen a very high increase in cases and coronavids.

We are concerned about the health effects of these coronavid strains and our communities need to know what is happening,” she said.

The US Department of Health and Human Services has announced that hospitals in the states of New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania are closing their doors.

The New York State Department of Financial Services has warned that there could be a $10 billion hole in the state’s budget if it doesn’t do something about the coronavirence crisis.

The Department of Justice is also warning of a $7 billion crisis if the epidemic doesn’t slow down.