1. Critical Care Bed Counts Aren't Standard Across US During Coronavirus Pandemic  NPR
  2. A Hard Look at the Remaining Hospital Capacity across America  National Review
  3. America’s Hospitals Have Never Experienced Anything Like This  The Atlantic
  4. Older Coronavirus Patients Face Looming ICU Bed Shortage  The Wall Street Journal
  5. Nurses say they were told wearing masks could 'spark panic' amid COVID-19 pandemic  FOX 29
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An NPR analysis of the nation's 100,000 ICU beds finds some communities can accommodate far more critically ill patients than others, signaling potential disparities in care in the COVID-19 pandemic.An NPR analysis of the nation's 100,000 ICU beds finds some communities can accommodate far more critically ill patients than others, signaling potential disparities in care in the COVID-19 pandemic.

Critical Care Bed Counts Aren't Standard Across U.S. During Coronavirus Pandemic : NPR

They are working fast, but it might not be enough.They are working fast, but it might not be enough.

Hospital Capacity: A Hard Look at America's Ability to Treat Coronavirus | National Review

“.@CMO_England effectively confirms that if Prince Charles had been in England rather than Scotland, he would not have qualified for the #Covid19 test on the NHS - since Whitty says only those in intensive care or in hospital are having the test at the moment, and when...”

Robert Peston on Twitter: ".@CMO_England effectively confirms that if Prince Charles had been in England rather than Scotland, he would not have qualified for the #Covid19 test on the NHS - since Whitty says only those in intensive care or in hospital are having the test at the moment, and when..."

“We need some brave NY hospital to allow some brave NY photojournalist to document an ICU like this. https://t.co/ax1AEaFeaB”

Pete Souza on Twitter: "We need some brave NY hospital to allow some brave NY photojournalist to document an ICU like this. https://t.co/ax1AEaFeaB"

“From @NYGovCuomo: 🔹Trajectory still going up; 80% still self resolve but 15% require hospitalization 🔹Hospitalizations have moved at a higher rate than all of the projected models, more burden for hospitals 🔹53,000 beds (3,000 ICU beds with ventilators) is hospital capacity”

Eric Adams on Twitter: "From @NYGovCuomo: 🔹Trajectory still going up; 80% still self resolve but 15% require hospitalization 🔹Hospitalizations have moved at a higher rate than all of the projected models, more burden for hospitals 🔹53,000 beds (3,000 ICU beds with ventilators) is hospital capacity"

“Governor says hospitalizations have moved at faster rate than all projected models. New York State needs ~140,000 hospital beds. We currently have 53,000 only 3,000 of those are ICU. #COVID19”

Justin Brannan on Twitter: "Governor says hospitalizations have moved at faster rate than all projected models. New York State needs ~140,000 hospital beds. We currently have 53,000 only 3,000 of those are ICU. #COVID19"

DENVER (KDVR) – The state of Colorado had a combined 1,849 intensive care unit, critical care unit and specialty ICU beds across its hospitals as of 2018, a report released Wednesday has shown. The Colorado Hospital Association (CHA) released the count from 2018 Medicare baseline reporting, and said the current level of ICU and CCU […]DENVER (KDVR) – The state of Colorado had a combined 1,849 intensive care unit, critical care unit and specialty ICU beds across its hospitals as of 2018, a report released Wednesday has shown. The…

ICU beds in Colorado: Report shows hospital totals as of 2018 | FOX31 Denver

SAN ANTONIO - Hospitals everywhere, including those locally, are expecting a surge in COVID-19 patients anytime soon. So, we asked for you, are the hospitals prepared and equipped? While reaching out to several hospitals, we spoke with nurses who said they feared being exposed to the virus, but are even more afraid of losing their jobs. "Very, very scared and sad a lot of us have families, we want to live," one nurse, who wished to remain anonymous, said to us over the phone.SAN ANTONIO - Hospitals everywhere, including those locally, are expecting a surge in COVID-19 patients anytime soon. So, we asked for you, are the hospitals prepared and equipped? While reaching out to several hospitals, we spoke with nurses who said they feared being exposed to the virus, but are even more afraid of losing their jobs. "Very, very scared and sad a lot of us have families, we want to live," one nurse, who wished to remain anonymous, said to us over the phone.

Nurses say they were told wearing masks could 'spark panic' amid COVID-19 pandemic | KABB

Nurses say they were told wearing masks could 'spark panic' amid COVID-19 pandemic

If they run out of space, where will all the sick people go?If they run out of space, where will all the sick people go?

Coronavirus: America's Hospitals Need More Beds - The Atlantic

The rate of increase in patients needing ICU beds in areas badly affected by COVID-19 can double every 3 to 5 days for over a month, with patients staying an average of 15 days; flexibility is imperative.The rate of increase in patients needing ICU beds in areas badly affected by COVID-19 can double every 3 to 5 days for over a month, with patients staying an average of 15 days; flexibility is imperative.

ICU Lessons on COVID-19 From Italian Front Line: Be Flexible

Hospital managers have had to make the difficult decision to stop all visiting at the hospitalHospital managers have had to make the difficult decision to stop all visiting at the hospital

Cambridgeshire coronavirus updates as Addenbrooke's Hospital stops all visitors - Cambridgeshire Live

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LONDON, which is the epicentre of Britain's coronavirus outbreak, is set to run out of intensive care beds in four days, the latest research into the crisis has found.LONDON, which is the epicentre of Britain's coronavirus outbreak, is set to run out of intensive care beds in four days, the latest research into the crisis has found.

Coronavirus: London to run out of ICU beds in four days – shock warning | UK | News | Express.co.uk