Covid Hospitalizations Jump Over 10% in Five Days in U.S. States

Hospital beds are filling up across the U.S., bolstered by a surge in coronavirus cases in the Midwest, government data show.

Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota and Iowa are among states recording the biggest increases in Covid-19 hospitalizations over the past week, according to Department of Health and Human Servicesdata analyzed by Bloomberg News. In North and South Dakota, more than one in five hospital patients has the pandemic disease.

The U.S. set a new daily record of over 146,000 cases this week amid a new wave of infection that officials caution could be the worst the country has faced yet, as cold weather descends over many parts.

Hospitalizations climbed more than 10% between Nov. 6 to Nov. 11 in six states, led by a 20.4% jump in New Jersey.

140,290 in U.S.Most new cases today

+5% Change in MSCI World Index of global stocks since Wuhan lockdown, Jan. 23

-0.​8001 Change in U.S. treasury bond yield since Wuhan lockdown, Jan. 23

4.​7% Global GDP Tracker (annualized), Sept.


Nov. 6Nov. 9Nov. 11% Change
New Jersey1,2281,3581,47920.4
Iowa8499691,01019.0
Illinois4,0374,3034,63314.8
Colorado9801,0671,12514.8
Minnesota1,1941,2931,33712.0
Michigan2,2482,4422,47410.1

North and South Dakota have the highest share of Covid-19 patients among their total in-patient population.

Oct. 30Nov. 3Nov. 6Nov. 9Nov. 11
North Dakota14.516.519.123.722.9
South Dakota16.717.019.020.721.9
New Mexico13.713.715.617.617.8
Wisconsin13.814.416.517.017.2
Montana14.714.815.915.916.2
Illinois10.411.213.514.515.6
Nebraska9.913.514.317.015.5
Iowa8.29.010.912.412.9
Indiana10.610.612.212.412.7
Minnesotan/an/a10.511.412.0

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