New York had 3039 more hospitalizations on March 26. NY increased from 3805 to 6844. New York was very close to doubling hospitalizations in one day. UPDATE- Covidtracking was wrong on New York hospitalizations.
UPDATE- NY Gov. Cuomo’s Mar 27 brief indicates that New York is getting slowing COVID-19. It was three days to get from about 3000 to 7000 hospitalizations in New York.
New York needs more beds and needs the growth of cases to slow. New York could be
2-37-14 days from filling the 20,000 beds that they have. Medical staff from other places in the US will have to get to New York.
A lot of beds, staff and equipment will be needed next week.
Ten thousand beds at Manhattan hotels will be used to house non-critical patients and will also hold medical workers.
University dorms in the New York City metropolitan area could add 29,000 more hospital bed
California surged 800 cases from 3200 to 4000 cases.
The US grew about 10,000 cases from 75000 to 85000.
The US hospitalizations tracking via covidtracking. NOTE: This data had accuracy issues.
hospitalizations daily growth Actual Hospitalization Actual Growth Mar 21 1964 Mar 22 2554 590 Mar 23 3325 771 Mar 24 4468 1143 Mar 25 6136 1668 Mar 26 8570 est 2430 est 10459 4323 Mar 27 12120 est 3550 est 18000 new est 7551 new est Mar 28 17000 est 5000 est 28000 new est 10000 new est
SOURCES – Worldometers, COVID Tracking
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