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“Just too much demand for the current supply,” said pharmacist Don Arthur of Brighton Eggert Pharmacy Inc. in Buffalo, New York.
Roughly 75 percent of an estimated 40,000 pediatric hospital beds are currently occupied, with Arthur noting that this is likely due to the usual uptick in sickness seen in the winter, which experts have said would be worse this year due to Covid-19 mandates that weakened immune systems.
Children’s hospitals across the US are also experiencing a similar crunch, including those in southern states such as Alabama, Tennessee, and Virginia.
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