A new study suggests the data on COVID-19 hospitalizations is exaggerated by the fact almost half of those hospitalized have mild or asymptomatic cases, The Atlantic reported.
A day after it recorded the most new daily cases since the start of the pandemic, Florida on Sunday broke its previous record for current hospitalizations, set more than a year ago.
Arkansas GOP Gov, Asa Hutchinson said Sunday incentives to get people vaccinated are no longer working in the state, and that an alarming rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations may finally make people reconsider their hesitancy.
A new study by a pediatrics medical journal offers a stunning rebuke of COVID-19 misinformation – if not disinformation – passed from California hospitals with respect to child hospitalizations from the disease…
Two-thirds of people hospitalized for COVID-19 had at least one of four pre-existing conditions: obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and heart failure, a new study found…
The United States reported over 35,000 coronavirus infections on Monday, the lowest single-day increase since June, a Breitbart News analysis of Johns Hopkins University data revealed.
New coronavirus cases, deaths, and hospitalizations reported over the last seven days are trending downward compared to the previous week.
COVID-19 related current hospitalizations in Texas increased to 2,518 on Tuesday, a record high level for that state. But COVID-19 deaths per capita in Texas remain among the lowest in the nation.
The number of new hospitalizations in New York plummeted on Thursday to the lowest since the coronavirus crisis began in the state.
The number of people hospitalized across the United States as a result of the novel coronavirus illness (COVID-19) is reportedly only a fraction of what some health experts projected a few days ago.
The Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) model cited by White House Coronavirus Task Force officials appears to dramatically overstate the hospitalization of patients with coronavirus in the United States when the model’s projections…
The Italian city of Lodi in Lombardy saw more than 50 people hospitalised with coronavirus in a single night with 17 cases deemed to be especially serious.
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