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University of Kansas Health System says hospital beds are filling up fast

July 22, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Dr. Steven Stites says younger people are now becoming COVID-19 patients.

THE CHIEF MEDICAL FIOFCER OFHE T UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS HEALTH SYSTEM SAYS HIS HOSPITAL IS FULL AND SAYS THE SUATIITON COULD TURN INTO A CRISIS IF PEOPLE DON’T MAKE CHANGES NOW >> DON’T WAIT FOR A PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS TO TELL YOU THE MASK WHEN YOU’ IRENDOORS.

Kansas City doctors say hospital beds are filling up fast saying not enough people are wearing masks and social distancing. The chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Health System said his hospital is full and said that the situation could turn into a crisis if people don't make changes now. "Don't wait for public health officials to tell you to mask when you're indoors.

You need to heed the truth," said Dr. Steven Stites, of the University of Kansas Health System. Stites said the lack of mandates now is a real challenge, adding younger people are now becoming COVID-19 patients.

—Kansas City doctors say hospital beds are filling up fast saying not enough people are wearing masks and social distancing. The chief medical officer of the University of Kansas Health System said his hospital is full and said that the situation could turn into a crisis if people don't make changes now.

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