HHS: 280 DIE SATURDAY IN FLORIDA HOSPITALS FROM COVID.
FLORIDA HAS NEVER RECORDED SO MANY DEATHS, INFECTIONS.
MORE THAN THREE MILLION INFECTED IN STATE.
BY: COVID DESK | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Researchers at Johns Hopkins University, utilizing data from the CDC, say that Florida just logged its single deadliest week for COVID-19 in the history of the pandemic.
According to the data, 1,486 people in Florida died from COVID-19 during the week ending Friday, August 20th. The cumulative COVID-19 infection count is now an unfathomable 3,040,590.
On Saturday, 280 people died from COVID-19 in a Florida hospital.
The United States Department of Health and Human Services reported Sunday morning that 2245 adults were newly hospitalized on Saturday for COVID-19. The total of adults now in a Florida hospital for COVID-19 is 17,040.
HHS says that 100 children under age 18 were admitted on Saturday for COVID-19. A total of 213 children under 18 are now listed as hospital “in-patients” for COVID-19 treatment.
At least 3,558 Florida COVID-19 patients are so ill from COVID-19, they are in a Florida intensive care unit. That represents more than half of all ICU patients.
Of the roughly 260 Florida hospitals reporting data to the federal government, 49 are experiencing a critical staffing shortage. 52 expect to experience a critical staffing shortage within the next week.
Hospitals in Palm Beach County, starting Monday, are required by County Executive Order to report daily statistics including COVID-19 patient loads, ICU census, and the number of available beds.
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