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Latest coronavirus headlines from Bensalem, Bucks County and across Pennsylvania:
Here’s an update on how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has affected hospital capacity in Bucks County and across PA.
BENSALEM, PA — Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the U.S., but coronavirus hospitalizations haven’t risen as quickly so far. Still, hospital systems across the country are feeling the stress from additional patients. Nationally, about 76 percent of all inpatient hospital beds were occupied as of Jan. 4, and about 16 percent of all beds were occupied by patients with COVID-19, according to the U.S. Department of Health an… Read more
Updated federal data shows how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected hospitals in Bucks County.
LEVITTOWN, PA — Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the U.S., but coronavirus hospitalizations haven’t risen as quickly so far. Still, hospital systems across the country are feeling the stress from additional patients. Nationally, about 76 percent of all inpatient hospital beds were occupied as of Jan. 4, and about 16 percent of all beds were occupied by patients with COVID-19, according to the U.S. Department of Health a… Read more
Updated federal data shows how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected hospitals in Bucks County.
YARDLEY, PA — Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the U.S., but coronavirus hospitalizations haven’t risen as quickly so far. Still, hospital systems across the country are feeling the stress from additional patients. Nationally, about 76 percent of all inpatient hospital beds were occupied as of Jan. 4, and about 16 percent of all beds were occupied by patients with COVID-19, according to the U.S. Department of Health and… Read more
See how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected hospital capacity in Bucks County and across PA.
DOYLESTOWN, PA — Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the U.S., but coronavirus hospitalizations haven’t risen as quickly so far. Still, hospital systems across the country are feeling the stress from additional patients. Nationally, about 76 percent of all inpatient hospital beds were occupied as of Jan. 4, and about 16 percent of all beds were occupied by patients with COVID-19, according to the U.S. Department of Health … Read more
Updated federal data shows how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected hospitals in Bucks County.
UPPER SOUTHAMPTON, PA — Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the U.S., but coronavirus hospitalizations haven’t risen as quickly so far. Still, hospital systems across the country are feeling the stress from additional patients. Nationally, about 76 percent of all inpatient hospital beds were occupied as of Jan. 4, and about 16 percent of all beds were occupied by patients with COVID-19, according to the U.S. Department of … Read more
See how the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has affected hospital capacity in Bucks County and across PA.
NEWTOWN, PA — Coronavirus cases continue to skyrocket in the U.S., but coronavirus hospitalizations haven’t risen as quickly so far. Still, hospital systems across the country are feeling the stress from additional patients. Nationally, about 76 percent of all inpatient hospital beds were occupied as of Jan. 4, and about 16 percent of all beds were occupied by patients with COVID-19, according to the U.S. Department of Health and… Read more
The Pennsylvania Department of Health talked with local professors about disease prevention, treatment priorities, and side effects Tuesday.
PENNSYLVANIA — The Pennsylvania Department of Health delivered an online panel Tuesday on the COVID-19 treatment options available for commonwealth residents. … Read more
The federal government has assigned strike teams to assist hospitals in Pennsylvania that are over capacity. Here’s where that aid is going.
PENNSYLVANIA — Pennsylvania’s beleaguered healthcare system, overrun in many places by COVID-19 hospitalizations and facing staffing shortages, is getting some much needed relief. The federal government has deployed “strike teams” to assist the state’s highest need areas. Specifically, hospitals in the York and Scranton areas will receive a boost. In a statement, Pennsylvania’s new Acting Secretary of Health, Keara Klinepeter,… Read more
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