Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden echoes health experts’ concerns Thursday night’s debate, predicts US May lead to “dark winter” Due to the pandemic of the corona virus. Hospital reports suggest that winter may already be here.
The average number of Covid-19 hospitals has risen in at least 38 states over the past week – a trend that cannot be explained by more extensive testing.
Of the 38 states that recorded an increase from Oct. 15 to Oct. 22, New Mexico saw a 41 percent increase per week. The Washington Post found that Connecticut had a 27 percent increase. Hawaii is the only state that does not currently report hospitalization.
When adjusted for the population, the average number of hospital-admitted corona virus patients in South Dakota is seven days.
Kentucky, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Dakota, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Iowa, Utah, Montana, West Virginia, Missouri, Kansas
Utah health officials warned Thursday that the epidemic is threatening the state’s health system.
“Our major hospitals have started rejecting new patients in their ICUs and are now activating their jump plans. The stress level is increasing day by day, ”he said. Utah’s Corona virus response team tweeted At a news conference. “If this trend continues, we will begin to see people being hospitalized at the Mountain America Expo Center.”
“I don’t know what to do anymore,” said state epidemiologist Angela Dunn News conference. “I’m not trying to scare anyone, I’m just trying to let you know what’s going on.”
The surge in hospital capacity in other states, including Wisconsin, which opened a field hospital to cope with the outbreak. Tony Evers (D) described the current situation as an “emergency crisis” Thursday.