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As Coronavirus spreads widely, millions of older Americans live in counties with no ICU beds

By Kaiser Health News  
   March 20, 2020

More than half the counties in America have no intensive care beds, posing a particular danger for more than 7 million people who are age 60 and up ― older patients who face the highest risk of serious illness or death from the rapid spread of COVID-19, a Kaiser Health News data analysis shows.

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