Emergency room doctors working to help treat the infected amid the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. are in critical condition after coming down with the virus, according to a statement from the American College of Emergency Physicians on Saturday.The two cases, located on both U.S. coasts, raise safety concerns over medical professionals working tirelessly on the ground to help limit the spread “at great personal risk.”COVID-19 has now infected over 3,700 people and killed at least 69 in the states.”This virus is dangerous, and its impact is still unfolding,” ACEP President William Jaquis said in a statement. “As emergency physicians, we answer the call to care for our most vulnerable, even at great personal risk. Knowing that, I urge each of you to meticulously follow the recommended precautions to protect yourself.”CORONAVIRUS: BIOTECH COMPANY SHIPS FIRST BATCHES OF VACCINE, TO BE TESTED ON HUMANS: REPORT Nurses at a drive-up coronavirus testing station set up by the University of Washington Medical Center sanitize their hands after taking a nose swab sample from a person in a car Friday, March 13, 2020, in Seattle.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) A 70-year-old physician in Paterson, N.J., — who leads the emergency preparedness unit at an institution in the state — was admitted to


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