A $29.6M price tag for security in a pandemic

The state has paid $29.6 million to construct and maintain three field hospitals that have gone unused during the coronavirus crisis, but this insurance policy could pay dividends as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations climb higher. The makeshift facilities, built in April in case the state’s hospitals were overwhelmed by the fast-spreading virus, were paid for…

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