ATLANTA — As the Delta variant of COVID-19 spreads across Georgia, metro Atlanta hospitals are filling up.
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Though cases, fueled by the highly-contagious delta variant, have dropped, hospital ICUs across Georgia are still hovering around 90% capacity.
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The Georgia Coordinating Center tracks how busy hospitals across the state are.
Since late July several major metro Atlanta hospitals have periodically been on diversion and unable to accept ambulances. A few were also on total ICU diversion and were not accepting new critical patients.
Several emergency departments were listed as “severely crowded.”
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