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COVID-19 Surge Continues in Santa Clara County – NBC Bay Area

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s warning Thursday that intensive care unit beds are filling up is resonating heavily in the South Bay.

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s warning Thursday that intensive care unit beds are filling up is resonating heavily in the South Bay.
Santa Clara County public health officials say recent spikes in COVID-19 cases have them on the brink of the new stay-home order being triggered. The new order will be triggered if a regions intensive care unit bed capacity drops below 15%.
The county already has some hospitals well over 90% ICU capacity. Every hospital has submitted a surge plan for how to make more…

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