COVID-19 Information

 

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Hospitalized COVID-19 Positive Patients

Huntington Hospital Covid-19 Dashboard

ICU Covid Positive
Midnight Count
Admitted Covid Positive
Midnight Count
329
67% Unvaccinated59% Unvaccinated

Hospitalization COVID-Positive Patients: 7-Day Moving Average

Huntington Hospital has been testing for COVID-19 along CDC guidelines to include high-risk individuals, those who are very ill and require hospital care, healthcare providers, and other high-likelihood individuals due to known exposures. The number of positive patients may not indicate the overall prevalence of COVID-19 in the outside community.

This dashboard is updated on weekdays (Monday- Friday).

Last updated: 11/28/2022

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Together, we can keep our community healthy. On this page, we have gathered information about COVID-19, current infection prevention guidance, and resources from trusted national and local organizations.

Visit the CDC for COVID-19 basics: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/about-covid-19/basics-covid-19.html

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Patient Stories

Mark Nestlehutt patient story

Mark

After spending three weeks at Huntington Hospital battling a severe case of COVID-19 in June 2020, Mark Nestlehutt returned home — but he was still in bad shape. “I had headaches almost every day, and I was so fatigued,” Mark says. “I assumed it was just the virus working its way out of my system.” […]
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Teo

When Teo Praslin started running a fever in April 2020, he promptly got tested for COVID-19. Two of his co-workers had been diagnosed with the virus, already, so he knew he was at risk. Though Teo tested positive, he was initially well enough to return home, where he quarantined in a separate area of the […]
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Healthcare Workers Still Need Your Support

While we are encouraged by the decline in COVID-19 in our community,
our caregivers need your support now, more than ever.