New report reveals that a significant percentage of children with COVID-19 in Texas are being cared for at a pediatric hospital for COVID coverage

A new report released by the National Children’s Hospital in Dallas says that the number of children in Texas receiving COVID care at a local pediatric hospital is growing dramatically.

The report found that from January 1, 2017 to February 15, 2018, there were 8,918 children in the state with COV-19 at a hospital.

By comparison, in the same period last year, there was only 7,868 children receiving COV treatment at a statewide pediatric hospital.

In addition, Texas has more than 4,000 COVID patients per day, which is more than any other state in the country.

Texas has the highest per capita number of people in need of COVID treatment at nearly 3,000 per day.

Texas is also home to more than 3,400 pediatric hospitals, which have seen a significant number of pediatric patients with COVI and other complications during the pandemic.

The study authors say that pediatric hospitals have seen the greatest increase in COVID cases.

It was only a matter of time before the state legislature and governor saw the need to invest in additional capacity at a regional level, the authors say.

While the findings of the study are important, the study does not say how much money Texas is spending on its COVID response and how many children have been saved in this way.

McCain’s Arizona trip, Obamacare repeal bill ‘very different’ than Obamacare repeal

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday offered a stark contrast between the GOP’s latest effort to repeal and replace President Donald Trump’s health care law and what he said was the Senate’s first attempt at legislation to help children.

The Senate bill, which is expected to be voted on Thursday, is “very different” than the bill McConnell has said would be the centerpiece of the House’s repeal and replacement effort, he said.

The GOP’s bill includes a number of new taxes that were not included in House Republicans’ health care plan, including a 20 percent tax on those making over $500,000, a $250,000 tax on all people making over that amount, a tax on people making more than $1 million, and a tax of up to $2,500 on the wealthy.

McConnell called the Senate plan a “new, bold” and “radical” overhaul.

It’s similar to what was proposed by Trump’s fellow Republican, House Speaker Paul Ryan.

Republicans also plan to allow parents to send their children to private, community-based schools.

But McConnell said the GOP bill does not include any kind of federal aid to states that allow Medicaid expansion under Obamacare, which Republicans have said they would like to see.