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“COVID hospitalizations rise:  HMC sees ‘typical bump’ in infections after holiday season.”

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COVID hospitalizations rise: HMC sees ‘typical bump’ in infections after holiday season
COVID hospitalizations rise: HMC sees ‘typical bump’ in infections after holiday season

Over the holidays, Hilo Medical Center saw a bump in COVID-19 hospitalizations, increasing from a daily average of between five and seven patients to 18 patients on Monday.


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