Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Published: 4/7/2020 9:20:26 PM Modified: 4/7/2020 9:20:17 PM Living in New York City, Hartford High School graduate Alanna...
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- As hospitals and emergency centers deal with a surge of COVID-19 patients, smaller health clinics and other medical services are struggling with the demand for their services at an all-time low. It's leading to furloughs and layoffs for manyOne Houston man is hoping...
Health care research benefits region  Toledo Blade
A Bay Area Paralympian who is unable to train because of the coronavirus pandemic has taken up a new challenge: sewing masks for health care workers. Bethany Zummo, a member of Team USA’s Paralympic volleyball team, has sewn 200 masks to date with many more to go. “I have a...
ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tex (KBTX)- The Pils family of Wheelock is feeling the effects of COVID-19 in many different ways. They recently opened the Franklin Deli in Franklin and have since shut down because of COVID-19 concerns. Honny Pils, also a part-time nurse, said she knew they would have to...
The growing number of cases could presage what Baker and public health experts say is a looming surge in seriously ill patients that threatens to overwhelm the health care system.In response, Baker said, the administration will boost MassHealth hospital funding by $400 million, and distribute another $400 million...
“It’s a brave new world,” said St. Mary’s Region Medical Center spokesman Steve Costello, whose job shifted this week to working in the communications office. Andree Kehn/Sun Journal LEWISTON — For 22 years, Janet Paione worked as lead mammographer at St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center. Then COVID-19 arrived...
Appreciation for health care workers  Norwalk Reflector
Two weeks ago, as my eight-hour nursing shift ended, I learned that Kious Kelly, RN had perished from COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. He was 48 years old. Kelly is not the last American health care worker or first responder to perish from COVID-19. In my...
CLOSEOfficers from the California Highway Patrol West Valley, CHP Moorpark and the Simi Valley Police Department drop off doughnuts and coffee provided by Dunkin' Donuts at Adventist Health Simi Valley. (Photo: Contributed Photo: Officer Dave Galbraith, CHP West Valley)Editor's note: The Star is making this story free to readers due...