The new winter wave of hospitals and clinics is hitting many communities across the country.
The impact on rural communities has been severe.
Here’s what you need to know.
The new wave has affected hospitals, clinics, and even schools.
Here are some of the biggest hits in cities, including Lexington, Cincinnati, and Broadlawn.
Many of the areas hit hardest by the storm have been hit hard by the severe winter weather in the past, including a string of storms over the last few weeks, including one that caused extensive flooding in Lexington.
Local residents have reported experiencing a variety of health issues, including nausea, difficulty breathing, dizziness, headaches, and other symptoms, including severe fatigue and nausea.
Some of the most notable cases include: In Lexington, one resident had to be hospitalized due to severe fatigue after experiencing headaches.
A man in West Chester, Ohio, had to undergo surgery due to the flu-like symptoms.
In Lexington, a woman reported having a rash and swelling of her skin, eyes, and mouth after a snowstorm.
One resident in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio suffered an infection after going to a local doctor for a routine checkup, and another woman reported being hospitalized for flu-related symptoms after a severe cold.
At least five people in the Cincinnati area have also reported having mild to moderate symptoms after experiencing the severe cold in recent days, including three who were admitted to hospital.
In Cincinnati, a man in his 40s reported having difficulty breathing after spending two nights in the hospital with a mild flu-associated pneumonia.
Several other patients in the area have reported having symptoms similar to those of a cold, including difficulty speaking, feeling cold, nausea, vomiting, and difficulty swallowing.
It’s not clear what caused these symptoms.
It’s not uncommon for patients to experience cold-related complications from a cold.
The flu season is typically the most severe season for symptoms, and people who have the flu can be particularly vulnerable to complications.
But, the effects are real and serious.
In some cases, these symptoms have led to emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and hospitalizations for people who are hospitalized due too.
“We don’t know the full extent of the extent of any of the injuries, but we do know that the number of people who experience these symptoms is quite significant,” Dr. Jeffery Johnson, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said in a statement.
“We’ve seen patients suffering in the intensive care unit and in ICU, and it’s extremely concerning.”