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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM                                 The Queen’s Health Systems announced Monday it has no intensive care beds available as more coronavirus patients are being admitted to its facilities. Above, the COVID-19 intake tent is seen at The Queen’s Medical Center emergency area.GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM                                 The Queen’s Health Systems announced Monday it has no intensive care beds available as more coronavirus patients are being admitted to its facilities. Above, the COVID-19 intake tent is seen at The Queen’s Medical Center emergency area.

No ICU beds available at Queen’s medical facilities as COVID cases surge in Hawaii
  • By Sophie Cocke scocke@staradvertiser.com
  • Today
  • Updated 7 a.m.

The Queen’s Health Systems has no available intensive care beds, has started canceling elective surgeries and procedures and has had to divert patients with emergency health needs to other hospitals as Hawaii’s surge in COVID-19 cases strains resources and threatens to grow worse.

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