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Despite increase of COVID-19 patients, Hawaii hospitals say beds still available

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                                “We have 45 COVID cases in our hospitals systemwide right now, as we speak, including 40 in Queen’s Medical Center, which has a total 575 beds,” said Jason Chang, chief operating officer of The Queen’s Health Systems and president of The Queen’s Medical Center. Chang said that hospitalized patients were “mostly unvaccinated” cases.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

“We have 45 COVID cases in our hospitals systemwide right now, as we speak, including 40 in Queen’s Medical Center, which has a total 575 beds,” said Jason Chang, chief operating officer of The Queen’s Health Systems and president of The Queen’s Medical Center. Chang said that hospitalized patients were “mostly unvaccinated” cases.