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Amid the record surge in coronavirus cases, Dr. Nicole Gilg from the primary care clinic at Broadlawns Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa, tells TODAY that “Everyone is worried … none of us wants to be in this situation, but the hospitals are full.” Dr. Craig Spencer, director of global health in emergency medicine at Columbia University Medical Center in New York, says, “We know there’s an end in sight, but we’re going to have to climb Everest first.” He urges Americans to “go virtual” with Thanksgiving this year.