CNS- A field hospital to treat coronavirus patients opened in the center of New York City’s iconic Central Park on Tuesday, thanks to Rev. Franklin Graham’s emergency response organization, Samaritan’s Purse.
“This is a 68-bed hospital with doctors and nurses that are trained in infectious diseases. They’ve had experience all over the world, to include in places like Africa dealing with Ebola,” Edward Graham, Samaritan’s Purse spokesman and son of Rev. Franklin Graham, explained in an interview with Fox & Friends First. read more