Hmm. I also was admitted to Elmhurst Hospital ER after a chest x-ray at CityMD revealed lungs that looked like a CoVid-19-infected patient. I was sent to Elmhurst ER in an ambulance on 4/8/20. I saw no lines and wasn’t aware they were doing CoVid-19 testing before admittance. En route, I saw no lines. I was placed in B-wing ER, which was at 300% capacity (60people vs. 20people). Was your experience the same? Did you witness roughly 30people die each day as I did? So traumatizing. After 48hours, I had made it through to being transferred to a regular, non-ICU hospital floor. ICU was strictly for those requiring intubations or ventilators, which we know had little chance of survival at that point. I asked all of at least a dozen different nurses who took care of me and none of them has been tested. They said there were no kits available. Maybe they were reserved for the ER & ICU doctors and nurses? In any case, from one Queens resident and survivor to another, thank God we made it out alive. What a harrowing experience!