Hospitals are entering a new world of medical care with COVID-19,
but infectious diseases are not new territory. Mercy Medical
Center in Redding is one of the few Infectious Diseases
Assessment Centers in the region.(KRCRTV.com)
A lot has changed since the last time California had this few
COVID-19 patients in its hospitals.
There were 2,869 patients hospitalized with the virus around the
state Saturday, according to the latest update from the
California Department of Public Health, hitting its lowest level
since April 10; the number of patients in intensive care units
also fell to 932, the lowest it has been since April
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