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17 Days A Patient; A Woman’s Journey With Coronavirus

INDIANAPOLIS — “I felt like I was literally drowning,” said Amanda Wood, a Johnson County woman who has tested positive for the coronavirus. Her doctors suspect she picked up the virus during a work trip to Baltimore.

BERLIN, GERMANY - MARCH 27: Medical volunteers dressed in protective suits, masks, gloves and goggles take blood samples from visitors with symptoms to test them for Covid-19 infection in a tent set up next to a doctor's office on March 27, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. Doctor Ulrike Lipke said she set up the tent as a way to offer testing yet avoid possible coronavirus infection inside the premises of her practice. Germany is seeking to radically ramp up its coronavirus testing capacity to up to 200,000 tests per day by the end of April as a means to allow people to return to work and hence get the crisis-stricken German economy back into gear.

Indiana Racing to Add Doctors, Ventilators Ahead of Virus Surge

(INDIANAPOLIS) – Indiana is working to create more intensive-care capacity ahead of a coming surge in coronavirus cases. State Health Commissioner Kristina Box says she expects the number of patients to peak in mid-to-late- April, though she