(Watertown) The number of COVID patients flooding emergency rooms has led one hospital to shut down its urgent care facility. Doctors at Watertown Regional Medical Center are switching some responsibilities. A spokesperson says emergency department patient volumes at the hospital are up by more than half. Nearly 91-percent of all hospital beds in Wisconsin are occupied during the resurgence of the virus. Medical Center officials haven’t said when the urgent care facility will reopen.
–Courtesy of WRN