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Namibia: Covid-19 Strains Hospitals – allAfrica.com

January 5, 2021
PRIVATE hospitals are getting overwhelmed with the rising Covid-19 cases while state hospitals are still accommodating patients as pressure mounts on the health delivery system. Figures from the Ministry of Health and Social Services show that hospital admissions in Namibia currently stand at 255 with 39 of them in intensive care units (ICUs) as of

North Dakota hospitals at full capacity amid COVID-19 surge

November 13, 2020
North Dakota hospitals are reportedly at full capacity amid surging coronavirus cases and a shortage of healthcare workers. On Monday, Gov. Doug Burgum announced a new measure to address the dire situation, allowing COVID-19-positive healthcare workers who are asymptomatic to continue working on coronavirus patients, the Grand Forks Herald reported. The shortage in healthcare workers

Hospitals at capacity in parts of Wisconsin amid COVID-19 spike

November 11, 2020
Hospitals in northwestern Wisconsin are at 100 percent capacity, officials said, as the state continues to battle a record number of COVID-19 cases and deaths. The Mayo Clinic Health System, which operates hospitals in the region encompassing Barron, Bloomer, Eau Claire, Osseo and Menomonie, said all of their beds were full as of Tuesday afternoon,