HHS data shows Southwest Riverside County hospitals still slammed with COVID-19 patients

Hospitals are continuing to see high levels of coronavirus patients, with two out of three Southwest Riverside County medical centers reporting increases in patients testing positive for COVID-19 in the latest data from the United States Department of Health and Human Services. According to HHS data released Jan. 10, 56% of patients at Temecula Valley Hospital, 57% of patients at Southwest Healthcare System, which includes Inland Valley and Rancho Springs medical centers in Wildomar and Murrieta, respectively, and 59% of patients at Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta have tested positive for COVID-19 for the week preceding the data dump. Those percentages are up from 45% for Temecula Valley Hospital and 53% for Southwest Healthcare System in data from the previous week. Loma
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