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READ: St. Luke's Medical Center Global City and Quezon City COVID wards and ICUs are at full capacity, according to the hospital's statement posted on its Facebook page. | via St. Luke's Medical Center FB page

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Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams is warning that this fall and winter will be the most important flu season in his lifetime, explaining that it's crucial to increase confidence in vaccines to prevent overwhelming ICUs with both COVID-19 and flu patients.

Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams is warning that this fall and winter will be the most important flu season in his lifetime, explaining that it's crucial to increase confidence in vaccines to prevent overwhelming ICUs with both COVID-19 and flu patients.

Greece #coronavirus  update: 151 new cases, bringing total at 5,270 No new deaths, total stands at 210 (76 median age) 14 patients in ICUs (median age is 70); 129 have left ICU Total number of tests conducted is 630,983

In ‘sobering’ warning, Lt. Gov. Green says Hawaii ICUs could be full by the end of the month #HNN 

Friday @TXMedCenter  update (): =ICUs at 101% capacity (-2% from y'day; -30 COVID, +15 other patients) =ICUs are 38% COVID (too high but lowest level in a month) =COVID hospital headcounts fell (-30 ICU, -40 normal beds) =New case counts still way too high

Thursday @TXMedCenter  update (): =ICUs at 103% capacity (same as y'day; good drop in COVID patients (-28), growth in others (+17) =COVID hospital headcounts fell (-28 ICU, -6 normal beds) =New hospitalizations still falling, *but case counts are still not.*

Recovery After Severe COVID Infection Poses Unique Challenges: As more patients are discharged from stressed ICUs, they face multiple problems brought on by the pandemic.

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Wednesday @TXMedCenter  update (): =ICUs at 103% capacity (+4% from y'day -- jump caused by other patients (+58); COVID patients grew by 2) =Overall COVID hospitalized count fell (+2 ICU, -41 normal beds) =Still too many new cases (1/2)

ICUs remain busy despite drop in hospitalizations

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"Florida hospital ICUs near Miami, Orlando and Tampa have hit capacity"

Oh my— In Florida, 43 hospital ICU’s in 21 counties have hit capacity and show zero ICU beds available, including in Miami-Dade, Broward, Hillsborough and Orange Counties, according to data released by the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). #COVID19 

UPDATE: In Florida, 56 hospital ICU’s in 25 counties have hit capacity and show zero ICU beds available, including 8 in Miami-Dade, 3 in Broward, 3 in Hillsborough and 4 in Orange counties, according to data released by the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). #COVID19 

Forty-three hospital ICUs in 21 Florida counties have hit capacity and show zero beds available, according to the latest data. Follow live updates:

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A Black UK nurse was arrested after police said her car windows were too dark, and accused of theft. She was held for 18hrs with no evidence. Police allege no wrongdoing. Neomi Bennett — now working in #COVID19  ICUs — is filing a legal complaint over racism and wrongful arrest.

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Kudlow to @jaketapper : “Hospitalizations may be going up but that’s because elected procedures are now permitted.” Texas has reported the number of those hospitalized with Coronavirus is at an all-time high. Arizona warned that its ICU’s are filling up with COVID-19 cases.

Worrying trend: ICUs across the country are pretty full. In 10 states, plus DC, more than 70% of beds in ICUs are occupied, per @CDCgov . (The darker the purple color, the higher the occupancy rate.) In Maryland, 96% of ICU beds are occupied. Source:

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What we need in the Senate bill: —Universal unemployment insurance, with checks sent to *everyone* as early as next week —Medicaid expansion —Money to help hospitals buy masks, ICUs & ventilators What we don't need: —A $500B slush fund for corporations with no strings attached

That's because the U.S. economy is shutting down, due to the coronavirus. The problem is the virus, not the economy. The economy doesn't need a stimulus. Corporations don't need bailouts. Workers need money to tide them over, and hospitals need ventilators and ICUs.

WARNING: There are concerning reports out of France and Italy of some young people getting seriously ill in ICUs. Dr Birx says it may be because millenials looked at data from China of coronavirus largely impacting older people. EVERYONE must head the guidance -NO large groups

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