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This project has two sections - the first section looks at hospital admission, and was conceived around spring 2021 when there was a peak in COVID-19 hospital admissions, potentially because of unnessecary high admission levels. - the second section looks at hospital stay duration and in hospital mortality and was conceived in the december 2021 peak of COVID-19 infection and admissions. We explored the current situation in light of phase 2D, the phase before "code black" when (ICU) beds need to be allocated based on non medical criteria. [see also this link][1] This section resulted in [a publication in the NTVG][2], the leading Dutch medical journal.Make sure to read the [online supplement][3] for a detailed description of the methods. Each section has its own set of codes within the same github repo. [1]: https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/documenten/rapporten/2020/06/30/opschalingsplan-covid-19 [2]: https://www.ntvg.nl/system/files/publications/D6/d6624.pdf [3]: https://www.ntvg.nl/system/files/2022-01/D6624%20supplement%20def.pdf
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