Ohio’s latest staffed hospital bed and equipment capacity data, via public records lawsuit.
Last Updated: Mar 2, 2022
Data Current up to: Feb 24, 2022
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Note: Infectious isolation beds reflect the difference between airborne and droplet precautions: Initially, Covid-19 was thought to be spread primarily by “droplets” when patients cough, sneeze, sing or breathe. Most larger droplets are thought to float to the floor within 6 feet or so. Airborne Infection Isolation rooms are for diseases spread by “airborne” diseases when the concentration of pathogens that stays in the air is high enough to make someone else sick. Those rooms are recommended, but not always required, for COVID patients.
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