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Coronavirus Hospitalizations in the US Near April Peak

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 22 July 2020 ()
The rising hospitalizations reflect the scale of serious illnesses: Nearly as many people are in hospitals now as there were when New York was at its worst.
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