Friday, October 23, 2020
Some 41,000 people are now hospitalized across the country, including many in the Midwest and the Mountain West. While the nation has seen more people hospitalized at earlier points in the pandemic -- during an onslaught of cases in New York City in April and in the Sun Belt in July -- patients are now spread out much more broadly, raising concern for critically ill patients in rural areas with limited medical resources.
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