With the U.S. reporting more cases than any other nation, American hospitals are facing a daunting challenge.
It's a quick fix Dr. Franceso Minardi likens to wartime triage.
People who've recovered from the coronavirus have antibodies against it in their blood, which could provide a "stopgap" until there's a vaccine or cure.
The U.S. now tops China as the country with the most confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Experts see a number of possible reasons why Germany has fared better than Italy in the pandemic so far.
Doctors are hopeful that a treatment or coronavirus may already exist -- in the blood of patients who were once infected. Blood plasma from those who have recovered can be a rich source of antibodies, the proteins that help the immune system attack the virus. Dr. Jonathan LaPook reports.
With ventilators running low, a desperate hospital in northern Italy has a new idea: modified scuba masks. Chris Livesay reports.