Health Expert Says California's Aggressive Orders May Spare Healthcare System When Coronavirus PeaksTaryn Vian, public health professor at USF, says California's early and aggressive shelter-in-place orders may help spare the state's healthcare system from running out of hospital beds during the projected peak of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus California Update: Newsom Says 50,000 More Beds Needed For COVID-19 Patient SurgeGov. Gavin Newsom on Monday indicated the state would move to procure more space for thousands of more hospitals beds than the current amid an expected shortfall from a coronavirus patient surge.
Coronavirus Patient Surge: Seeking Hospital Beds, Alternative Spots For The Not-So-SickMuch has been said of how hospital are going to handle the very sick; the people who will need ventilators and critical care. Then there's another challenge: what to do with the people who are not very sick, but need to be isolated so they get well without spreading the virus to people who are not infected.