Alaska’s hospitals, overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, are having to 'ration care': report
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In the U.S., red states tend to have lower COVID-19 vaccination rates than blue states — and in undervaccinated Alaska, according to Guardian reporter Melody Schreiber, hospitals that are being overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients are having to ration care.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that 75% of U.S.-based adults have been at least partially vaccinated for the COVID-19 coronavirus. But vaccination rates can vary considerably from state to state in the United...

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