Becker's Healthcare January 19, 2022
Gabrielle Masson

The U.S. has reported more COVID-19 hospitalizations than other high-income countries during the omicron surge, according to Our World in Data.

As of Jan. 16, the most recent data available, the U.S. was reporting 450 COVID-19 patients per 1 million Americans, compared to 369 patients per million in France; 346 per million in Spain; 338 per million in Italy; 282 per million in the U.K.; and 243 COVID-19 patients...

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