Dr. Mark Ghaly, California's secretary of health and human services, says the state fears some hospitals will exceed even their existing surge capacity.
By Don Thompson, Associated Press
School systems in Detroit, Indianapolis, Philadelphia and suburban Minneapolis are giving up on in-person classes, and some governors are reimposing restrictions on bars and restaurants or getting more serious about masks.
By Michelle R. Smith, Sean Murphy, Associated Press
Missouri's health department says the number of hospitalized patients has been underreported since Oct. 17. The note blames the the crash of the portal used by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
By Jim Salter, Associated Press
National health agency figures and doctors at multiple hospitals say France hasn’t added significant ICU capacity or the staff needed to manage them since the pandemic's first wave.
By Angela Charlton, Associated Press
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
Every day is a scramble to find more intensive care beds than the critically ill who need them. There still aren't enough protective masks to go around.
By Casey Ross, STAT
As treatments get less invasive and recovery times shrink, a new kind of hospital is cropping up — the “bedless hospital.”…
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