'Our hospitals are rapidly filling with COVID patients' warn Michigan healthcare leaders

Nov 12, 2020


Sixty-six COVID patients are currently hospitalized across three Munson Medical Center facilities, as of November 12.
Credit Taylor Wizner

Hospital leaders from across Michigan say COVID cases are rising in rural and urban communities alike, straining the state's healthcare system.  

"In northern Michigan our issue is not beds, it's having the staff to staff those beds," says Ed Ness, the president of Munson Healthcare.