The hospitalization rate for U.S. residents of all ages is about 60% higher than it was during the last hospitalization surge, which lasted from Aug. 10 through Sept. 10.
U.S. COVID-19 patients ages 20 through 59 are doing better than older patients, but they are facing their own, smaller hospitalization surge.
The pandemic put 51,947 people in the 20-59 age group in U.S. hospitals in the week ending Jan. 7.
Author(s): Allison Bell
Publication Date: 12 Jan 2022
Publication Site: Think Advisor