This week, two non-COVID patients at Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital had to deal with the harsh reality of losing out on medical attention because local hospital beds and resources are being overwhelmed by COVID patients - a vast majority of them are unvaccinated.
One man's life was saved by an emergency room doctor and a gastroenterologist from another hospital willing to make the drive to Green Valley. Somebody else has been waiting weeks for open-heart surgery because hospitals are full of COVID patients.
For more information, read this article by Dan Shearer.
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