Number of Govt-19 patients in hospitals United States Thursday (26) is the highest level in eight months, from 100,000, according to the Department of Health, the re-emergence of Govt-19 cases driven by the delta variant, which is highly contagious.
Hospital admissions for Govt-19 have more than doubled in the past month. Over the past week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that more than 500 people with covid disease have been admitted to hospital on average every hour.
The delta variant is causing new Govt cases in the United States
The United States reached its historic peak on January 6, when there were 132,051 corona virus patients in hospital beds, according to Reuters.
At the beginning of 2021, as the vaccine campaign expanded rapidly, hospital admissions declined, reaching an all-time low of 13,843 on June 28th.
But when Delta variant became a major strain in July, hospital admissions for Covid-19 increased. The U.S. South has been the epicenter of the most recent eruption, but hospitals are on the rise across the country.
Florida broke daily records for new Govt cases and filled hospitals
Florida has the highest number of hospital-admitted corona virus patients, followed by Texas and California, according to Department of Health data. More than 95% of intensive care unit beds in Alabama, Florida and Georgia are currently occupied.
The delta variant, which is spreading rapidly, especially among unvaccinated people, is also sending a record number of children to hospitals: there are currently more than 2,000 confirmed and suspected Govt-19 pediatric hospitals, according to the Department of Health.
California, Florida and Texas account for about 32% of all confirmed and suspected pediatric hospitals in the country.
Currently, 2.3% of children in Govt-19’s national hospitals are under-12 years of age who are not allowed to receive the vaccine.
The country has been rooting for the approval of vaccines for younger children until the fall of Pfizer’s immunization agent.
Dr. Anthony Fossie, America’s foremost expert on the epidemic, said the country could control Covit-19 early next year if the vaccine is accelerated this week.
According to the CDC, the United States has provided at least one dose of the vaccine to 61% of its population.
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