July 12, 2020
|James Harris||11:32 AM (2 hours ago)|
Houston hospitals are increasingly turning away new patients as coronavirus overwhelms emergency rooms (FROM THE TEXAS TRIBUNE WHICH IS DOING NICE WORK)
RISK CHART FROM TEXAS MEDICAL ASSOCIATION-ATTACHED
What will a COVID-19 vaccine look like? Don’t expect a cure-all, scientists say
(J. Harris: This is a short, readable, seeingly accurate vaccine discussion; it was sent to me by Houston Internist who just sent me this message, Sunday morning: “Enjoy the day. My ER buddy works the Valley; chat this AM, last night he had 9 Covid patients in his freestanding ER who had been there over 100 hours but no beds in the hospitals–ambulances sit with patients at his ER for 3-4 hours, waiting till they have an open stretcher in his ER. They are on fire but a nurse there worked New York six weeks and he says it is not New York bad, yet.”
After looking hard at the state spreadsheet, it looks to me like Dallas is fixing to be in trouble. What do you think?
My spread sheet:COVID CASES IN SELECTED COUNTIES CONTIGUOUS WITH DALLAS COUNTY (SECOND ATTACHMENT)
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