Expecting mothers and experts are raising their voice against what they view as unnecessarily strict virus control measures in hospitals.
The Philippines, which currently has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Southeast Asia, also has some of the lowest-paid frontline workers in the region, a study found.
The administration ordered hospitals to stop sending their coronavirus data to the CDC, which means it won't be publicly available anymore.
Repair people trying keep these machines online for COVID-19 patients shouldn't have to beg the manufacturers for the manuals.
"The whole thing felt similar to a controlled war zone. You're working in a makeshift space which is not a purpose-built hospital."
Doctors and nurses treating the coronavirus are increasingly worried about their deteriorating mental health and unsure who to talk to about it. "I think about COVID during sex," one doctor said.
“They call you a hero in public, and, behind closed doors, they cut your pay or fire you altogether."
The massive delivery of fancy beef will be cut into 35,000 steaks—worth $60 each—and distributed to several Bay Area organizations.
Clashes over necessary protective equipment, social media policies, and volunteering in understaffed regions have led to terminations for many health care workers.
"It’s upsetting that it had to come to this point and that our safety wasn’t their first priority. We still have so much more work to do.”
A VICE review of colleges in three major cities identified enough space for 29,000 people in Philadelphia, 43,000 in Los Angeles, and 55,000 in New York.
"Workers consistently ask our bosses to reduce public access, remaining open but preventing customers from aimlessly wandering our aisles and increasing our risk of infection. They refuse."