WSJ: The Strain of COVID on Hospitals

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that around the United States, hospitalizations are continuing to rise, particularly in the North Central, Southern, and Midwestern areas of America. Hospital capacity is rapidly filling for hospitals as the number of COVID-19 patients continues to rise. While new cases are always followed by new hospitalizations, this scenario is very different than past virus spreads. The ability of the virus to infect younger victims unknowingly creates the ability to spread to older people undetected. Randall W. Williams, director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, says that new cases are occurring at everyone’s favorite family events; “What we are finding is the disease is being spread in gatherings; family gatherings, weddings, holidays, and is being spread by people who know each other.” Read the full story from the Wall Street Journal by clicking HERE or on the link below: