Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.With Italy and Spain on the frontlines of fighting the coronavirus pandemic, medical workers have drawn attention to both countries’ overburdened hospitals, where equipment and tests have been in short supply for weeks.Spain’s hospitals are straining under the weight of the pandemic: Video and photos from two hospitals in the Spanish capital showed patients, corridors and emergency rooms. At the 12 de Octubre University Hospital, patients could be seen on the floor as they waited for a bed in recent days. FILE: Health workers react as people applaud from their houses in support of the medical staff that are working on the COVID-19 virus outbreak at the Jimenez Diaz Foundation University hospital in Madrid, Spain.  (AP)On Wednesday, the number of medical personnel infected was nearly 6,500 nationally, health authorities said, representing 13.6 percent of the country’s 47,600 total cases and about 1 percent of the health system’s workforce. At least three health care workers have died.”We are collapsing. We need more workers,” said Lidia Perera, a nurse who works at Madrid’s Hospital de la Paz, which has 1,000 beds. If you had told me three months

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