New York City’s Reported COVID-19 Hospitalizations and High Hospital Death Tolls

Recent reports discussed the discovery of more false SARS-CoV-2 numbers in multiple cities. The reports bring up the question of COVID-19 statistics from other locations which, as time goes on, appear more questionable and may or may not be true. Specifically, the COVID-19 statistics from New York City require a closer look. As SARS-CoV-2 continues to spread, no other location has observed even close to New York City’s reported overall number of deaths being five or six times more than the normally observed deaths during a month or two span. Some have discussed the numbers of COVID-19 patients that reportedly died at nursing homes. But there were a huge number of deaths (both “involving” COVID-19 and not involving COVID-19) reported in the New York City hospital inpatient setting not likewise observed in other locations. Looking at hospitalization statistics sheds light on the topic. First, some general information on hospital occupancy; the COVID-19...(Read Full Article)
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