Michigan hits new record for adult COVID-19 hospitalizations; 80% of beds full

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The Detroit News

Michigan reached a new record of adults hospitalized with COVID-19 on Monday with 4,181 hospitalized with confirmed cases of the virus, the most since the pandemic began. In the state, more than 80% of total hospital inpatient beds and 84% of intensive care unit beds are full, according to the state health department. Hospitalizations have been increasing for 19 weeks, and Michigan continues to have the most cases and highest inpatient bed use in the country. The Monday tally breaks the previous record of 4,158 adults hospitalized on April 19. Nine hospitals are 100% full, according to the lat…

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