United Regional COVID-19 critical care capacity update — January 21, 2021

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WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Officials with United Regional Health Care System Thursday reported 92 patients who have either tested positive for COVID-19 or suspected to have COVID-19.

Marketing and Communications Coordinator Patrick Johnston said the numbers are current as of Thursday morning, January 21.

Johnston also said of the 92 “COVID-positive or COVID-suspected patients,” 30 are in critical care.

These numbers reflect a significant decrease in both the total number of patients and the number of critical care patients from the report given Monday, January 18, which listed 101 patients as positive or suspected positive for COVID-19 and 33 in critical care.


Officials with the City of Wichita Falls said per Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-32, if a Trauma Services Area has more than seven consecutive days that the percentage of total hospital capacity exceeds 15%, occupancies in the county will automatically be reduced to 50%.

City officials said as of Wednesday, December 30, the TSA rate in Wichita County is at 11.67%.

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