White Plains Hospital sees 25 new hospitalized for covid Monday, Tuesday Wednesday Projecting to 42 a week
WPCNR COVID SURVEILLANCE. Statistics from NY Hospitalization Tracker. Observations & Analysis by John F. Bailey. March 9, 2003 UPDATED 11:59 PM:
Hospitalizations analysis by the NY State Health Department reports the Mid-Hudson Region of Westchester, Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, Ulster, Putnam and Sullivan Counties ( a total 7 county population of 2,363,622) continued at the rate of 6.59 of new persons hospitalized for covid in 100,000 people per day Tuesday March 7 for covid. That 6.59 is 5 times the previous rate of less than two persons per 100,000 of a county population
The number of persons in the hospitalized Tuesday in the 7 county region was 155 on March 7. If that continues you would see 1,000 a week hospitalized for covid across the 7 counties.
Meanwhile, locally in White Plains Hospital Medical Center, on March 6, Monday there were 11 new hospitalizations, 7 of whom were admitted for treatment of Covid. On Tuesday, March 7, there were 12 new admissions, and 10 of them were admitted for covid. These hospitalizations were for treatment of covid due to covid specifically.
On Wednesday, March 8, White Plains Hospital admitted 11 persons and 8 were hospitalized with covid, bringing the covid hospitalizations total since February 15 (22 days) to 129 of 251 admitted to the hospital, a percentage 51% of admissions being specifically for covid, an average of 6 a day admitted for covid, that at that rate would result in 42 new covid patients admitted a week White Plains Hospital.