Detroit Mayor: ‘We’re Not Really Having Any Problem ... the Hospital Beds Are Much Less Crowded’

‘The ventilators are much less used’

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DUGGAN: “And then you have a rural part of the state that hasn't so much been touched and I think a lot of what you saw at the protest are folks who I think probably don't realize the impact. But down here, what's happening is really taking effect. The hospital beds are much less crowded, the ventilators are much less used. The state and the feds built a 1,000-bed field hospital at our convention center, and as of yesterday only 16 beds were occupied."

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