I've actually been on vacation for the last few days but ER volume seemed to be down over the weekend from where it was covid-wise. Still high but better. I haven't received a report on inpatient stats yet this week.
Hope that remains the case, though I'd be surprised if the Huntsville area has already peaked on hospitalizations.
I'm pretty confident in saying that Alabama/Florida/Louisiana/Mississippi/Arkansas/Missouri have peaked (Georgia and SC just a tad behind), but I'm not sure what that means for the next couple weeks. Last summer's "peak" across much of the area was more of a couple week plateau then a decent drop, compared to January's peak which seemed to flip a switch overnight. (Florida being the exception last summer, they dropped hard and fast)
Jacksonville is the only area in LA/MS/AL/FL with a solid decline in hospitalizations so far, and I'm hoping to see that change this coming week. Baton Rouge's 7 day average decreased yesterday slightly for the first time, so hopefully that's their peak in hospitalizations. Mobile hasn't moved much in the 1-2 weeks, and they seem to be following very closely to what New Orleans/Baton Rouge is doing as well. Hoping to see Miami peak this week as well.