Data Analysis: COVID-19 Is Filling Up Hospitals In Small Cities
An NPR data analysis finds that hospital systems in Louisiana, Idaho and Washington state have had to shuffle patients to try to get everyone the care they need.
Jessie Abbate, PhD 🦠
It's happening. People are starting to get why #COVID19 filling up hospital beds is such a problem. Car accident? Sorry, no room. Heart attack? Sorry, ER is full. Birthing a baby? You can do that at home, right?
All Things Considered
As the coronavirus has moved from coastal cities to more rural areas of the country, disparities in hospital capacity are causing problems for those not equipped to deal with the recent surge of the pandemic.
Daniel Kraft, MD
Data Analysis: #COVID19 Is Filling Up Hospitals In Small Cities
#COVID_19 Is Filling Up Hospitals In Small Cities
W. Carson Byrd
Coronavirus Surges In Smaller Cities Test Hospital Capacity