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Collected Item: “SE NM’s Hospital COVID-Bed Capacity”

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SE NM’s Hospital COVID-Bed Capacity

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This information displayed on this webpage contains an interactive map with corresponding data summary of the dedicated COVID beds and general capacity of hospitals in southeastern New Mexico for January 24th, 2021. This snapshot demonstrates a reasonably live and present condition of the availability for urgent and emergent COVID medical care within that geographic region and at that date and time.

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healthcare, hospital, capacity, New Mexico, rural

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Carlsbad Current Argus from public health data

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