Originally Posted by MiddleAgedAl
I've also made several logical points that few want to address. The biggest of which is the logical elephant in the room, that fact that there are not enough doctors, nurses, and hospital beds to service this huge, sudden influx of bodies into the system. This is a concern shared by people such as the President Elect of the American Medical Association, according to CNN. Nobody has suggested any plausible mitigation for this.
You've actually raised a valid point (IMO). One which I have never given much thought to. This shouldn't stop us from providing health care to those that need it, but it does present a challenge to overcome. More than likely an expensive one to boot.
Food for thought.