COVID-19 hospitalizations stabilize, with very slight increase at one hospital

Doctor with stethoscope
Valley News - Health
Coronavirus hospitalization levels in western Riverside County have mostly stabilized and even slightly increased at one area hospital, per data released March 22 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.According to the data, which is a compilation of statistics from hospitals across the nation for the week preceding March 12, individuals with COVID-19 made up 4% of patients at Temecula Valley hospital, 6% of those at Southwest Healthcare System, which includes Inland Valley and Rancho Springs medical centers in Wildomar and Murrieta, respectively, 7% of those at Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta and none at Menifee Global and Hemet Global medical centers during the time period included in the data.Those numbers mark a decline only for Loma Linda University
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