U.S. Coronavirus Hospitalizations Hit Eight-Month High Over 100,00

– By Khan Ahmad Darvesh

According to data from the Department of Health and Human Services, the number of coronavirus patients in U.S. hospitals on Thursday exceeded 100,000, the highest level in eight months, as the highly contagious Delta variant stimulated the resurgence of COVID19 and affected the country’s health Healthcare system.

The 4,444 people hospitalized in the United States due to COVID19 more than doubled last month. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an average of more than 500 COVID patients were admitted to the hospital every hour in the past week.

The number of hospitalizations in the United States hit a record high on January 6, when there were 132,051 coronavirus-infected patients in hospital beds.

According to data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Florida has the largest number of COVID19 inpatients at 4,444, followed by Texas and California. The 4,444 Delta variant is spreading rapidly in most vaccinated non-US populations, and she has also transported a record number of children to the hospital.

According to HHS, there are currently more than 2,000 pediatric hospitalized patients with confirmed and suspected COVID19. The three states of California, Florida and Texas account for approximately 32% of all confirmed and suspected COVID19 pediatric hospitalizations in the United States.

Children currently account for approximately 2.3% of the country’s COVID19 hospitalizations.

Children under 12 years of age are not applicable for the vaccine. The country is waiting for Pfizer to approve a vaccine for young children before the fall. Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leading