“I think we have an awful lot of people that have to be moved,” she said.
“I mean, I’ve seen it on the TV.
There’s not enough beds.
I think that’s going to be the big challenge.”
She also said that as the virus spreads and more people are diagnosed, hospitals may have to ration services and limit the number of staff members.
“We’re not going to have enough staff for everybody that is affected by Ebola,” she told the AP.
“There are going to continue to be shortages, and I think it’s going a little bit of a curveball.”