“We’re going into a very dark winter,” says President-elect Biden. By spring there could be nearly half a million COVID-19 American deaths.
Mark Kreidler speaks to Dr. Jeanne Noble about the new president-elect and his impact on how the country deals with COVID-19.
Donald Trump’s inability to reckon with the truth of the coronavirus is apparent by the numbers: 8.2 million COVID cases, 221,000 deaths.
Mark Kreidler speaks to Eunice Balencio, a South San Francisco nurse on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle.
Could lives have been saved if the state had a 90-day supply of PPE on hand when COVID-19 erupted?
Hospitals and clinics that recently faced financial collapse are reopening waiting rooms. But PPE shortages and staff-risk issues remain.
A survey of 23,000 nurses found that 87 percent of respondents must still reuse disposable masks while attending to COVID-19 patients.
The deaths of young, previously healthy COVID patients show the danger of ignoring personal safety precautions.
Two Kaiser RNs look back on a week of having to use “reprocessed” N95 masks. Meanwhile, COVID cases have leveled off.
Los Angeles reports that its county’s low-income COVID deaths are triple the number of those of wealthier neighborhoods.
With the pandemic showing no signs of slowing, nurses at Peter Sidhu’s hospital are allowed to bring in their own masks from home.
From health care workers to immigrant detainees, efforts to acquire protective face coverings are complicated by bureaucratic resistance.
California struggles to protect its health care workers as they fight the pandemic.