Hospital Capacity Still A Concern As COVID-19 Patients Fill Beds

An infected patient in quarantine lying in bed in hospital, coronavirus concept.

(Bismarck, ND) — Hospital capacity in North Dakota is still a concern as more COVID-19 patients fill beds. Just over 150 people in the state were hospitalized as of yesterday for COVID-19-related illnesses, a jump of almost 30 people from the day before. Only ten-percent of staffed beds in the state are available, with only eleven ICU beds available statewide. Two Bismarck hospitals have no regular or ICU beds available.


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