"That means that we are talking about who is going to get a ventilator, who is going to get an ICU bed. … Those are not easy discussions to have, and that is not a place we want our health care system to ever be."

Centers for Disease Control director Rochelle Walensky, commenting Sunday on the CBS News program “Face the Nation,” as reported by Business Insider in its story, “The CDC Director Warns That US Hospitals Are 'Filled With Unvaccinated People,' and Some Are Running Out of Both Ventilators and Beds.” Walensky noted that some parts of the U.S. are using “crisis standards of care.”