Six States Set Records for COVID-19 Hospitalizations
Wyoming's 36.7 percent increase since last week in its rolling seven-week average was the largest of any state
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 7, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- Records for COVID-19 hospitalizations were set Tuesday in six states -- Arkansas, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Another state, Oklahoma, had its highest number of hospitalizations since July, according to The Washington Post.
Wyoming's 36.7 percent increase since last week in its rolling seven-week average of hospitalizations was the largest of any state.
Increases in rolling seven-week averages for hospitalized patients also occurred in a number of other states, including Delaware, Michigan, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Utah, Indiana, New York, and Iowa, The Post reported.