This time, doctors appear better-equipped to handle surge

READY AND WAITING: Instructions to perform a COVID-19 virus self-test are displayed for drivers outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The site can handle 6,000 tests in a day. With sites such as this already operating nationwide, experts say there are reasons to think the U.S. is better able to deal with a surge in cases. / AP FILE PHOTO/DAMIAN DOVARGANES
READY AND WAITING: Instructions to perform a COVID-19 virus self-test are displayed for drivers outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The site can handle 6,000 tests in a day. With sites such as this already operating nationwide, experts say there are reasons to think the U.S. is better able to deal with a surge in cases. / AP FILE PHOTO/DAMIAN DOVARGANES
NEW YORK – The latest surge in U.S. coronavirus cases appears to be much larger than the two previous ones, and it is all but certain to get worse – a lot worse. But experts say there are also reasons to think the nation is better able to deal with the virus this time. “We’re…

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