Oklahoma City hospital temporarily closing due to lack of patients

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(BREITBART) The INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is temporarily closing most of its facility due to a mass decline in patients, it confirmed on Wednesday.

The postponement of non-emergent surgeries and procedures, according to the hospital’s statement, “has led to a declining census at both facilities.” Therefore, to better consolidate resources, the bulk of the 238-bed acute-care facility is temporarily shutting down, with the exception of the emergency room and “some Radiology and infusion services,” according to KFOR.

As of Thursday morning, Oklahoma had 1,524 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and 79 related deaths.

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