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Health authorities warned up to 1.6 million people in New South Wales could contract coronavirus during the first wave of a statewide outbreak.Health authorities warned up to 1.6 million people in New South Wales could contract coronavirus during the first wave of a statewide outbreak.

Hospitals could run out of ICU beds by early April amid coroanvirus pandemic | Daily Mail Online

Health experts are warning Australia will run out of ICU beds and needs to double numbers to cope with demand from the massive influx of coronavirus patients.Health experts are warning Australia will run out of ICU beds and needs to double numbers to cope with demand from the massive influx of coronavirus patients.

Coronavirus Australia: When the country will run out of ICU beds

“Inspected #Coronavirus isolation & ICU facilities being set up @ Lilavati hospital & the quarantine facility setup nxt door by BMC in its facility. Urge citizens 2 follow protocols & avoid all non-essential travel outside their homes !”

Adv. Ashish Shelar - ॲड. आशिष शेलार on Twitter: "Inspected #Coronavirus isolation & ICU facilities being set up @ Lilavati hospital & the quarantine facility setup nxt door by BMC in its facility. Urge citizens 2 follow protocols & avoid all non-essential travel outside their homes !"

“There are 31 new #COVID19 cases in Alberta. Dr. Marcia Johnson, Alberta's Deputy Chief Officer of Health says 16 are likely due to community transmission. 11 people are in the hospital, 6 of which in ICU. #coronavirus”

Tara Weber on Twitter: "There are 31 new #COVID19 cases in Alberta. Dr. Marcia Johnson, Alberta's Deputy Chief Officer of Health says 16 are likely due to community transmission. 11 people are in the hospital, 6 of which in ICU. #coronavirus"

“To successfully fight coronavirus, New York hospitals will require fast & reliable tests; quarantine facilities; ICU beds & respirators, protective gear for staff, & dedicated teams for patients. Right now, New York doesn’t have enough of those things. https://t.co/mNqt6qRsPX”

Avi Asher-Schapiro on Twitter: "To successfully fight coronavirus, New York hospitals will require fast & reliable tests; quarantine facilities; ICU beds & respirators, protective gear for staff, & dedicated teams for patients. Right now, New York doesn’t have enough of those things. https://t.co/mNqt6qRsPX"

“ICU beds are already near capacity with non-coronavirus patients at L.A. County hospitals https://t.co/4H4AS5Gmmv”

Lisa Fung on Twitter: "ICU beds are already near capacity with non-coronavirus patients at L.A. County hospitals https://t.co/4H4AS5Gmmv"

Dr. Dave Neilipovitz, head of the department of critical care, says the hospital has been planning for a pandemic since SARS in 2003.Dr. Dave Neilipovitz, head of the department of critical care, says the hospital has been planning for a pandemic since SARS in 2003.

The Ottawa Hospital has a plan to triple its ICU beds, doctor says | Ottawa Citizen

Dr. Dave Neilipovitz, head of the department of critical care, says the hospital has been planning for a pandemic since SARS in 2003.Dr. Dave Neilipovitz, head of the department of critical care, says the hospital has been planning for a pandemic since SARS in 2003.

The Ottawa Hospital has a plan to triple its ICU beds, doctor says | Ottawa Citizen

Australians should now be practising social distancing to slow the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. By creating more space between yourself and others you decrease the risk of person-to-person…Australians should now be practising social distancing to slow the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. By creating more space between yourself and others you decrease the risk of person-to-person…

How we'll avoid Australia's hospitals being crippled by coronavirus

Intensive care beds at Los Angeles County’s emergency-room hospitals are already at or near capacity, even as those facilities have doubled the number available for COVID-19 patients in recent days, according to newly released data obtained by The Times. Fewer than 200 ICU beds were available Wednesday, with most ICU beds occupied by non-coronavirus patients, […]Intensive care beds at Los Angeles County’s emergency-room hospitals are already at or near capacity, even as those facilities have doubled the number available for COVID-19 patients in recent days…

ICU beds already near capacity with non-coronavirus patients at L.A. County hospitals | KTLA

Intensive care beds at Los Angeles County’s emergency-room hospitals are already at or near capacity, even as those facilities have doubled the number available for COVID-19 patients in recent days…

ICU beds already near capacity with non-coronavirus patients at L.A. County hospitals | KTLA

According to experts, if Bangladesh is not fully prepared to fight the threat imposed by this deadly virus, things might become very alarming in the near futureAccording to experts, if Bangladesh is not fully prepared to fight the threat imposed by this deadly virus, things might become very alarming in the near future

Number of ICU beds insufficient to combat Covid-19 pandemic | Dhaka Tribune

At present the 1600 ventilators in the civic and private hospitals are being used for other critically ill patients.At present the 1600 ventilators in the civic and private hospitals are being used for other critically ill patients.

Govt foresees shortfall, orders 150 ventilators for corona patients

Health experts are calming fears that Australian hospitals are on track run out of intensive care beds for virus patients within weeks.Health experts are calming fears that Australian hospitals are on track run out of intensive care beds for virus patients within weeks.

The modelling is horrific, but a hospital bed shortage isn't inevitable

Overall, 18 million people live in counties that have hospitals but no ICU, about a quarter of them 60 or older, a Kaiser Health News analysis shows.Overall, 18 million people live in counties that have hospitals but no ICU, about a quarter of them 60 or older, a Kaiser Health News analysis shows.

Coronavirus: Millions of Americans live in counties with no ICU beds

With many hospitals already at capacity and coronavirus cases soaring, Australia is set to run out of intensive car beds soon.With many hospitals already at capacity and coronavirus cases soaring, Australia is set to run out of intensive car beds soon.

When Australia will run out of ICU beds | Whitsunday Times

ICU beds at Los Angeles County hospitals are already at or near capacity, prompting worries of shortages ahead of expected coronavirus surgeICU beds at Los Angeles County hospitals are already at or near capacity, prompting worries of shortages ahead of expected coronavirus surge

As coronavirus cases increase, ICU hospital beds near capacity - Los Angeles Times