Based on reports from Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (TMH) and Capital Regional Medical Center (CRMC), there are a total of 43 COVID-19 patients being treated at the two hospitals. TMH reported 19 patients and CRMC reported 24.
TR has been tracking current hospitalizations since June 1. See chart below.
In addition, TMH reported that there were two COVID-19 patients in the ICU. TMH has 46 adult ICU beds.
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President Fauci needs to be fired and replaced with Dr. Scott Atlas, M.D. Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. Listen to what he says especially about hospitalizations and understand that we are being misled by the enemedia and our scamdemic leaders from Trump all the way down to our local clowns. Stop the panic porn, now!
And this, from a doctor that actually treats COVID patients. Not some NIH or CDC bureaucrat. Remember, this freaking virus is over 99% recoverable and nearly 100% recoverable for those under 70. Stop the insanity!
Question for the staff of Tallahasseereports.com:
I went to the ACHA website this morning and it shows that Leon County has 66 of it’s 72 Adult ICU beds currently occupied. It shows that there are only 6 Adult ICU beds left available at this time.
That is up from 7/1/2020 when the ACHA website showed only 8 Adult ICU beds were available in Leon County.
What happens IF and/or When all of the Adult ICU beds are occupied and there is a need for them due to a COVID-19 surge in Leon County (in practical terms)? Will the hospitals be “overwhelmed”?
Do you know if the local hospitals have a plan in place if the hospitals do become overwhelmed?
Link to ACHA Website for ICU Hospital Beds:
Thank you for your response in advance. I really appreciate your dedication to reporting on the COVID-19 situation and other matters in our community.
Just hit the DOH site and it is reading: Leon County 1863 cases
60 Hospitalizations (3% of all cases)
8 Deaths (0% of all cases)
Statewide 8% of cases are hospitalized and 2% of all cases end in death.
Here is the pdf link: http://ww11.doh.state.fl.us/comm/_partners/covid19_report_archive/county_reports_latest.pdf
Likely folks being admitted and discharged over the course of the day is not meshing with the time of day the hospital reports their totals.
Try closer to 70 now. All in the span of 10 days.
and the fatalities out of a third of a million? Still a whopping 8 yesterday!
When simmilar numbers in the past were hospitalized from common cold and flu related issues the prognosis was always 100% diagnosed as respiratory related issues. No panic then. And some ended up in the ICU and…gasp…hide under your covers…some even passed away from these respiratory related issues in the past.
Remember this: November 4th, 2020. Right after the National Presidential Election your struggle will be all over. We will go back to the previous method of reporting respiratory related issues.
No the ‘Rona wont magically go away but still your life will return to normal.
And you wont go around Grandma if you are sick (just like in pre ‘Rona times). And the frail and elderly will be responsable for their own protection (again just like in pre ‘Rona times).
You know I’m correct.
No Snidley you are wrong because we are febel minded weaklings who neeeeed government protections…and…uhhh…we…neeeed to get rid of The Orange Man…and….on and on…..
Save your whine everybody’s gotten a little tired of it already.
Repeating exactly the previous question:
“Why isn’t this surge in hospitalizations reflected on the DOH website for July 6th numbers???? DOH only shows 9 new hospitalizations between July 1 and July 6. The bar graph above shows 19………..”
Terrible discrepancy on State’s information!
Why isn’t this surge in hospitalizations reflected on the DOH website for July 6th numbers???? DOH only shows 9 new hospitalizations between July 1 and July 6. The bar graph above shows 19………..