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Emergency Field Hospital Dismantled After Treating Zero Coronavirus Patients

By Joseph Curl | 10 April 2020

THE DAILY WIRE — Washington was the first state to be hit hard by SARS-CoV-2, suffering a couple dozen deaths and hundreds of infections before most states even had a single case.

But the latest data shows the state is “flattening the curve” — the rate of infection is slowing, hospitalizations are dropping and the number of deaths per day has already peaked and begun to drop, officials say.

The virus has been battled so successfully that a huge Army field hospital built by hundreds of troops inside a Seattle convention center last week will be dismantled — having never treated a single patient. The mobile hospital will be sent to another state that is still seeing a daily increase in the number of cases and hospitalizations, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said. […]

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1 Comment on Emergency Field Hospital Dismantled After Treating Zero Coronavirus Patients

  1. You guys are so good! Reading the news so I don’t have to.

    OK – I’m tooting my own horn – but didn’t I say this a week + ago. Field hospitals “pure theater” – “lots of overtime pay for big med staff and LEOs” and now … going up and taking down…

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