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Hospitals Cope With Fourth Coronavirus Wave

LEIPZIG, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 18: A doctor tends to a patient on the Covid-19 intensive care unit at University Hospital Leipzig on November 18, 2021 in Leipzig, Germany. Hospitals are coping with a high influx of patients as the fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic is sending infection rates to new record highs in Germany. Saxony is especially hard hit, with an average of over 750 new cases per 100,000 over a seven-day period, the highest for any state nationwide. Germany's vaccination rate, currently at about 67% of the population, is low compared to many other EU countries. The vast majority of people currently being admitted to hospital with Covid are unvaccinated. (Photo by Jens Schlueter/Getty Images)
Hospitals Cope With Fourth Coronavirus Wave
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