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We're two frontline COVID doctors. Here's what we see as case numbers rise

By Peter Wark, Conjoint Professor, School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle
Lucy Morgan, Clinical Associate Professor, Concord and Nepean clinical schools, University of Sydney
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The latest figures available show there are 1,189 people admitted with COVID-19 to hospitals in New South Wales, with 222 of them in intensive care units (ICU), 94 needing ventilation.

This week there were over 9,700 people with new COVID infections. That means about one in every 10 people with COVID are sick enough to need admission to hospital.

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