“I deal with gunshots every day and trauma and crazy stuff and this is the only thing that scares me,” said emergency room doctor, Dr.  Scott Samlan. He and his colleagues at Mount Sinai Hospital on Chicago’s west side have been on the front lines battling the coronavirus pandemic with the limited supplies they have, even being forced to make their own masks to make up for the supply shortage. “This is the most scared I’ve ever been being an ER doctor, and it’s not just because of me. It’s because I have a wife and a 2-year-old and a 1-year-old at home and I don’t want to expose them,” he told “CBS This Morning” lead national correspondent David Begnaud. “People say it’s our job. It’s not our job, it’s our duty.”He stressed how important it was for people to stay home during the crisis to slow the spread of the disease, which he said currently was 60 to 70% of his daily work. When asked about whether it was true in his experience that young people are largely unaffected by COVID-19, Samlan pointed to a 27-year-old patient he “intubated last week who had no medical problems.”With the frequency of cases and

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