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Denmark: nearly 20% of #coronavirus inpatients are in intensive care

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The number of inpatients increases by eight to 200 in the last 23 hours, according to figures from the Statens Serum Institut (SSI). Out of the 200 admitted patients, 27 receive help from a respirator, while 43 are in an intensive care unit. This means that approximately every fifth inpatient is in intensive care.

Due to the vaccination program, there are fewer elderly people who are hospitalized with coronavirus. This means that the inpatients have generally become younger, which is positive, as the younger ones usually have a milder admission process.

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