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pjaysmitty

  23 days ago

My area is spiking in coronavirus cases, is yours?

The hospital in our city has ask for help because of the increased volume of covid patients is depleting staff. Federal response teams will soon help north Texas hospitals with the surge of covid-19 cases to give the staff some relief. The hospital bed capacity has doubled, having to put 2 beds per single room. We have more cases being reported daily. Is this happening in your town?



Federal response team will soon help North Texas hospitals with surge in COVID-19 cases
By Natalie Solis and Allison Harris, Published 3 days ago, Coronavirus, FOX 4
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pr41799

  18 days ago
I haven't heard of any cases in my area in a month. Reply
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lucyb818

  20 days ago
No; we’re on the decline Reply
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a8650346w

  21 days ago
yes Reply
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bobbiegraciano19

  21 days ago
I’m in Dallas, Texas and it is growing drastically in the number of COVID-19 positive cases. Like yesterday more than 7000 positive and 4 deaths. People are absolutely not practicing safe distancing and not wearing masks. We opened too soon and people do not take coronavirus seriously. Reply
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tina_zaugg

  21 days ago
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lucyb818

  21 days ago
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pdnr

  21 days ago
Sadly yes, especially in our beach communities. I blame the people who refuse to wear masks and are still getting together for parties and entertainment. If people would simply follow the rules outlined by our government, many fewer people would be getting sick and employees would be able to work to provide an income for their family's needs. It is NOT a matter of health over wealth but a matter of SURVIVAL for many. Reply
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nadiaokc

  21 days ago
Yes, Oklahoma City, OK hospital are overflowing with new COVID-19 cases. Reply
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C5379257

  22 days ago
Not in real bad shape yet. Reply
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amcclure

  22 days ago
Yes Reply
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