Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Days after closing for the first time in its 200-year-history, Claridge’s, the storied luxury hotel in London’s Mayfair district reopened on April 3 to 40 doctors, nurses and other National Health Service workers responding to the coronavirus pandemic.Claridge’s is one of many hotels around the world that shuttered...
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...