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A Missouri hospital ran out of ventilators over the Fourth of July weekend amid a surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations potentially caused by the spreading Delta variant.A Missouri hospital ran out of ventilators over the Fourth of July weekend amid a surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations potentially caused by the spreading Delta variant.

Missouri hospital faces ventilator shortage amid COVID surge

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Mercy Springfield Hospital is adding a second COVID-19 intensive care unit as Missouri once again tops a list of national coronavirus hot spots.Mercy Springfield Hospital is adding a second COVID-19 intensive care unit as Missouri once again tops a list of national coronavirus hot spots.

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Missouri hospitals are experiencing a shortage of ventilators as another case surge begins in the state. Things are likely to only get worse as well, as many experts predict a post-July 4 case surge.Missouri hospitals are experiencing a shortage of ventilators as another case surge begins in the state. Things are likely to only get worse as well, as many experts predict a post-July 4 case surge.

Missouri faces ventilator shortage as COVID hospitalizations spike by 27% amid Delta variant surge | Daily Mail Online

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has accepted assistance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to address the spread of COVID-19. Formation of the surge teams will begin this week. The CDC and their associated foundation offered to recruit and hire surge teams consisting of public health professionals

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The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend.The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend.

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“Unfortunately we are living in a region where the vaccine has not been adopted. It has not been accepted and here we are with hospitals full of COVID patients."“Unfortunately we are living in a region where the vaccine has not been adopted. It has not been accepted and here we are with hospitals full of COVID patients"

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"They were using saline water and injecting it," said Vishal Thakur, a senior official of the Mumbai police department, according to CNN. About 2,500 people received fake vaccines at 12 sites outside Mumba."They were using saline water and injecting it," said Vishal Thakur, a senior official of the Mumbai police department, according to CNN. About 2,500 people received fake vaccines at 12 sites outside...

Thousands in India given fake COVID-19 vaccines in sick scam

Mercy Springfield is treating more than 100 patients for COVID-19, and the hospital is running short on ventilators.Mercy Springfield is treating more than 100 patients for COVID-19, and the hospital is running short on ventilators.

Mercy Springfield runs out of ventilators, rise in patients forces expansion to a second COVID-19 ICU

"Physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists are tired. Heck everyone is tired," the Springfield hospital's CAO stated.“Physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists are tired. Heck everyone is tired,” the Springfield hospital’s CAO stated.

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“Physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists are tired. Heck everyone is tired,” the Springfield hospital’s CAO stated.

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In addition, the positive test rate has surpassed 10% for the first time since Jan. 20.In addition, the positive test rate has surpassed 10% for the first time since Jan. 20.

7-day avg. of COVID cases has jumped 165% in Missouri in just a month | FOX 2

Mercy Springfield is getting more ventilators from other hospitals in their network. Mercy Springfield is getting more ventilators from other hospitals in their network.

CORONAVIRUS: Springfield hospital runs out of ventilators, cites increase in COVID-19 patients

One hospital in the State of Missouri is reporting that they have ran out of ventilators.One hospital in the State of Missouri is reporting that they have ran out of ventilators.

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Government has set up two laboratories to facilitate expedited testing/pre-release certification of the vaccines, informed the Union Ministry of Science and Technology on Sunday.Government has set up two laboratories to facilitate expedited testing/pre-release certification of the vaccines, informed the Union Ministry of Science and Technology on Sunday.

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The Mercy Springfield Hospital ran out of ventilators over the weekend as COVID-19 cases continued to rise in the area.The Mercy Springfield Hospital ran out of ventilators over the weekend as COVID-19 cases continued to rise in the area.

Mercy Springfield Hospital reports ventilator shortages as COVID-19 cases rise

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions.

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"If you’re vaccinated there is a light at the end of the tunnel. If you’re unvaccinated that’s probably a train.""If you’re vaccinated there is a light at the end of the tunnel. If you’re unvaccinated that’s probably a train."

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Union minister for state home affairs G Kishan Reddy said that a vaccine testing centre will be set up in Hyderabad in a month with the PM CARES fund.Union minister for state home affairs G Kishan Reddy said that a vaccine testing centre will be set up in Hyderabad in a month with the PM CARES fund.

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The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend in a hard-hit area of Missouri where immunization rates are low, leading to a temporary ventilator shortfall and a public call for help from respiratory therapists.

Ventilator shortage as Missouri virus hospitalizations spike

The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend in a hard-hit area of Missouri where immunization rates are low, leading to a temporary ventilator shortfall and a public call for help from respiratory therapists. The delta variant, first identified in India, is spreading rapidly, straining hospitals in […]The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend in a hard-hit area of Missouri where immunization rates are low, leading to a temporary ventilator …

COVID-19 cases grow in hard-hit area of Missouri

The delta variant, first identified in India, is spreading rapidly, straining hospitals in Springfield and raising fresh fears that the situation could soon grow worse as holiday gatherings seed fresh cases. Missouri leads the nation with the most new cases per capita in the past 14 days. As of Monday, CoxHealth and the city’s other hospital, Mercy Springfield, were treating 213 COVID-19 patients, up from 168 on Friday.The delta variant, first identified in India, is spreading rapidly, straining hospitals in Springfield and raising fresh fears that the situation could soon grow worse as holiday gatherings seed fresh cases. Missouri leads the nation with the most new cases per capita in the past 14 days. As of Monday, CoxHealth and the city’s other hospital, Mercy Springfield, were treating 213 COVID-19 patients, up from 168 on Friday.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo.- Mercy Springfield CAO Erik Frederick took to Twitter Monday to share some news regarding what the hospital is seeing with the recent rise in COVID-=19 patients. According to Frederick, the hospital is running almost 50 vents, and Mercy will be opening a second COVID ICU and a second step down. "Physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists are tired. Heck everyone is tired. Travel RN's coming this week. Physician support being arranged. If you're an RT, call us," the tweet says. Frederick also said the hospital has 115 COVID-positive patients. Frederick also shared Sunday that Mercy Springfield had received more vents from hospitals in St. Louis and Arkansas due to the high demand in Springfield.SPRINGFIELD, Mo.- Mercy Springfield CAO Erik Frederick took to Twitter Monday to share some news regarding what the hospital is seeing with the recent rise in COVID-19 patients. According to Freder…

Mercy CAO says hospital has nearly 50 patients on ventilators

MISSION, Kansas (AP) — The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend in a hard-hit area of Missouri where immunization rates areMISSION, Kansas (AP) — The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend in a hard-hit area of Missouri where immunization rates are

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One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to "Shut up.""If you are making wildly disparaging comments about the vaccine, and have no public health expertise, you may be responsible for someone's death. Shut up," tweeted Steve Edwards.

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Missouri hospital CEO Steve Edwards: COVID vaccine opponents should 'Shut up'

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One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has some counties urging new precautions. One Missouri hospital official is telling anyone making disparaging remarks about the COVID-19 vaccine to “Shut up” as state officials ask for federal help dealing with a surge in cases that has so…

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MISSION, Kansas (AP) — The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend in a hard-hit area MISSION, Kansas (AP) — The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients jumped by nearly 27% over the Fourth of July weekend in a hard-hit area

Ventilator shortage: Missouri COVID hospitalizations spike