Maine reports slight rise in COVID hospitalizations

Por: Portland Press Herald Nation May 14, 2022


Maine reported a slight rise in the number of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 on Friday. There were 223 people with the virus in Maine hospitals Friday morning, up from 221 on Thursday. Of those hospitalized Friday, 35 were in critical care and two were on ventilators. The overall number of hospitalized patients has increased 56 percent in the past two weeks. But the numbers in critical care and on ventilators have remained largely stable.... + full article

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