Salon: As omicron explodes in New York, hospitals aren’t seeing a corresponding rise in patients

Salon: As omicron explodes in New York, hospitals aren’t seeing a corresponding rise in patients. “In New York, COVID-19 is spreading across at a faster rate than at any other point during the pandemic, including during the deadly first wave in spring 2020. More than 110,000 people have tested positive just since Christmas Day in New York City, according to the New York Times. However, unlike previous surges, hospitalizations have not climbed as fast as positive cases. That might seem like good news on paper — and may suggest that the pandemic is on to a less deadly phase.”

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