United States hospital pressures
United States, California, Texas, Florida, over 3 million cases
FDA likely to give full approval to Pfizer tomorrow
Mr and Mrs Jesse Jackson hospitalized after vaccination in January
Protection against infection
July 25, 79.8%
Age adjusted effectiveness against hospitalizations
July 25, 91.9% to 95.3%
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (stroke victims not admitted)
Mississippi, $500 (or prison) for not self-isolating if infected
Houston, (ITU at/ above capacity)
Having broken bones and bullets in me for over a week now, it’s a little frustrating
Due to strained resources, surgical patients are being prioritized based on several factors, which unfortunately may result in a delay of nonemergent surgical procedures
Oregon, activated 1,500 members of the National Guard to 20 hospitals
Nitesh N. Paryani radiation oncologist, Tampa
The unvaccinated are killing people in ways they probably never imagined.
My hospital, one of the largest in central Florida, was full of covid patients, more than 90 percent of whom were unvaccinated.
We had no beds available.
We had paused elective surgeries the previous week
Our emergency department had a 12-hour wait that day.
But I had no choice. For the first time in my career, I had to say no.
Please, do your part and get vaccinated.
I for one don’t want to have to turn away more people who need care.
I recommend, take the vaccines, I did it, its good, take the vaccines
United States data
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