Hospitalizations Soar as Fauci Warns U.S. is ‘Still Knee Deep in the First Wave’ of COVID-19
The nationwide total of reported cases is approaching 3 million
Hospitals across the Sun Belt continue to be inundated with coronavirus (COVID-19) patients, with Arizona on Tuesday reporting a new high of more than 3,300. The state also reported nearly 870 COVID-19 patients were in intensive care, a day after its said its ICU units were at 89 percent capacity.
On Monday, for the 28th day in a row, the country’s rolling seven-day average of daily new cases shattered all previous records, although the number of deaths has remained relatively stable. Alabama, California, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas were among the states that reported unprecedented numbers of hospitalizations.
The nationwide total of reported cases is approaching 3 million, including at least 127,000 deaths.
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