According to the Corona Forecasting Consortium’s assessment released Thursday, there will continue to be a decline in the number of cases in most states and age groups – with signs of a slowdown.
The situation is the same for hospitalizations in the regular and intensive care areas, although they are declining more slowly than the number of cases.
In the normal-care sector, occupancy is expected to range from 1030 to 1685 beds nationwide at the end of the forecast period on Nov. 17, with a mean of 1317. The 33 percent occupancy limit for intensive-care units is 0.5 percent likely to be exceeded nationwide. The forecast does not distinguish between individuals whose hospitalization is causally attributable to Covid-19 and those admitted for another diagnosis.
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