The Curve of New Hospitalizations is Still Flattened as Most Hospitals 70% Occupied by Non-Wuhan Patients


During the initial wave of wuhan infections in the U. S., the hospitals were cleared out to make room for new (wuhan) patients, but few hospitals were then filled to capacity by incoming wuhan patients, and now the hospitals in the states seeing upticks in confirmed cases are not overflowed either, in fact only taking up about 30& of the beds, the rest for patients in the hospitals for other reasons.