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Valley Hospital Closes Majority of It’s COVID-19 Units as Emergency Begins to Subside

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, according to Valley Hospital Communications and Marketing Manager Maureen Curran Kleinman in a Tuesday email that, as the result of a decline in COVID-19 inpatients at the hospital, the decision was made to transition six of the eight COVID-19 units back to other functions.The six units  that are currently closed will be deep cleaned and disinfected before being reopened for patient care.Leaving two intensive care units remaining dedicated to COVID-19.

4 thoughts on “Valley Hospital Closes Majority of It’s COVID-19 Units as Emergency Begins to Subside

  1. wait? what?
    no news here.
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    Keep yer masks on and stay locked in yer houses!!!
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  2. They better be careful this is not over yesterday 200 people passed away.

  3. It’s not a question of it being over. Of course it’s not over. We originally expected a surge of hospital admissions and it never happened. The low numbers of ongoing admissions can be managed.

    Stop watching CNN or MSDNC.

  4. 200 yesterday? In Ridgewood? Bergen County? Statewide? Location is important.

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