Brooklyn Hospital ICUs Near-Full With Coronavirus Patients: Data

BROOKLYN, NY — A number of Brooklyn hospitals are nearing capacity in their intensive care units as coronavirus cases rise across the city and state, new data shows.

Brooklyn Methodist Hospital in Park Slope, Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center in Brownsville and Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in East Flatbush were all among the New York City hospitals where more than 90 percent of ICU beds were filled by COVID patients as of Dec. 3.

A total of eight hospitals across the five boroughs have reached more than 90 percent fullness in their ICUs, according to the data, which was recently-released by the United States Department of Health and Human Services and compiled by Gothamist.

Several intensive care units in Brooklyn hospitals are more than 90 percent with coronavirus patients, according to newly-released data.

Several intensive care units in Brooklyn hospitals are more than 90 percent with coronavirus patients, according to newly-released data. (Google Maps.) BROOKLYN, NY — A number of Brooklyn hospitals are […]

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