Atlanta hospital sees 400% increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations in 1 month, CEO says

Atlanta-based Grady Memorial Hospital is currently over capacity, according to a statement from Hospital President and CEO John Haupert alerting about the pandemics effect on the health care system, WGCL-TV reports.

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Mr. Haupert said he asked CMS Administrator Seema Verma and Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., July 27 to push for more monetary assistance for medical facilities in the next stimulus relief expense.

The health center is reporting a steady circulation of COVID-19 patients as related hospitalizations statewide increase. The health center met the neighborhoods requirements in the middle of the most current surge, however is over capability, according to Mr. Haupert.

” Grady and other big medical facilities have seen a more than 300 to 400 percent increase in the variety of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in the last 30 days,” Mr. Haupert wrote.

Mr. Haupert stated the pandemic is disappointing any signs of slowing down soon, and he motivated Georgia locals to regularly wear a mask, clean their hands and follow social distancing measures..

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