What are the classic chest x-ray findings present in COVID-19 infection?
Lower lobe and peripheral predominant multiple opacities that are bilateral.
AP supine portable CXR:
The previously seen patchy opacities appear as areas of bilateral peripheral consolidations with air bronchograms. Consolidation above the horizontal fissure suggests right upper lobe pneumonia. Obliteration of the left heart border suggests lower lobe pneumonia.
Support lines (ETT, NG, and left internal jugular CVC) are in situ.