Kentucky hospital reaches capacity because of COVID-19

Medical Facility CEO Kristie Whitlatch stated that the medical facility is working to open a third nursing system for COVID-19 clients. The health center stated its COVID-19 numbers and trend lines are increasing. Twenty-two deaths and 120 new favorable cases were tape-recorded at the health center the week ended Sept. 18.

The Kings Daughters Medical Center reached capacity due to COVID-19 cases, the Ashland, Ky.-based health centers CEO said Sept. 18, according to local news station WKYT.

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Monday, September 21st, 2020
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Healthcare Facility CEO Kristie Whitlatch said that the health center is working to open a third nursing system for COVID-19 patients. The medical facility said its COVID-19 numbers and trend lines are rising. Twenty-two deaths and 120 new positive cases were tape-recorded at the medical facility the week ended Sept. 18.

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In a declaration sent to the news station, Ms. Whitlatch stated: “I am asking you to trust me as I ask for your cooperation as COVID is extremely rising in our communities. No longer can we state it is mainly impacting those with underlying health conditions or nursing house locals.