SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) – The San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services announced Monday that intensive care units in the county are operating at 132% capacity while hospitals are operating at 76% capacity.

Those numbers mean 131 ICU beds and 746 total hospital beds are being used as of Monday. Of those ICU beds, 80, or 61%, are being used by COVID-19 patients. Of the 746 hospital beds, 236, or 32%, are being used for coronavirus-positive patients.

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The county OES listed statistics for the various hospitals within the county.

At Adventist Health Lodi Memorial, 91 hospital beds are in use with COVID-19 patients using 42 of those. Of the 12 ICU beds in use, all are being used for COVID-19 patients. Over at Dameron Hospital Association, 30 of 61 hospital beds in use are taken by coronavirus patients and 5 of 7 ICU beds are being used by coronavirus patients.

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Doctors Hospital of Manteca reported 6 of 44 hospital beds and 2 of 9 ICU beds are being used by coronavirus patients. Kaiser Foundation Hospital of Manteca reported 14 of 23 hospital beds and 5 of 6 ICU beds are being used by coronavirus patients.

At San Joaquin General Hospital, 36 of 170 hospital beds and 12 of 22 ICU beds are being used for treating COVID-19 patients.

St. Joseph’s Medical Center reported that 94 of 320 hospital beds and 39 of 67 ICU beds are taken by coronavirus patients. Sutter Tracy Community Hospital 14 of 37 hospital beds and 5 of 8 ICU beds are being used by coronavirus patients.

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San Joaquin County reported 502 new positive cases on Monday, bringing the total number of infected over the course of the pandemic to 8,321.