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Hospitals in La Mesa treat COVID-19 patients


San Diego, Jan 21(EFE/EPA).- Health personnel at the Sharp Grossmont and Sharp Coronado hospitals in La Mesa treat patients with COVID-19. The city of San Diego has registered an increase in infections that is causing the saturation of hospital beds in the ICU.(Camera: ETIENNE LAURENT)SHOT LIST: ICU FOOTAGE OF SHARP GROSSMONT AND SHARP CORONADO HOSPITALS IN LA MESA (SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA).

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