According to data collected from the “Lost on the Frontline” project by Kaiser Health News and the Guardian, more than 2,900 health care workers died in 2020.
Tachtatzoglou, who had to quarantine and could not go to work once his relatives tested positive for the virus, decided to put his ICU experience to use by looking after them himself.
A Christmas tree stands outside the intensive care room where a man stricken by COVID-19 lies unconscious, a machine breathing for him. A few feet away, a plastic snowman adorns the door of another patient whose face is barely visible behind ventilator tubes.
It's a quick and easy way to purchase personal protection equipment. We're hearing from a Valley teen who helped place a PPE vending machine at a busy Scottsdale shopping center.
Significantly, there was no improvement from May to July in the shortages of personal protective equipment, known as PPE, or in the staffing shortfalls, according to the analysis of federal data by academic researchers. The summer has seen the coronavirus surge across the South, and much of the West and Midwest.
For the nurses across the globe, home is fraught with uncertainty. Are they exposing their partners and children? Should they quit their jobs to keep their families safe?
A drone light show was produced in Seoul on July 7 as a gesture of thanks and also to highlight the protective measures needed to combat the virus.
The bonuses to employees come as the U.S. is seeing about 40,000 new confirmed cases per day.
A New York City physician known for his dedication to patient care continued working on the frontlines of the pandemic in an intensive care unit and died from COVID-19.
Mattel has announced they will be expanding their #ThankYouHeroes toy collection to continue honoring those who are battling COVID-19 on the front lines.
The Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona has been hit hard during the COVID-19 pandemic, and donations to help the tribe are pouring in, including from what may seem like an unlikely place: Ireland and Irish people all around the world.
One nurse says while things may be getting back to normal for some Arizonans, the same can't be said for the Navajo Nation.
Two Valley nurses are back in town, after spending four weeks on the front lines at a hospital in New York City, which has been badly affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Phoenix Police Department is honoring healthcare workers at HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Center by passing out blue carnations and doing a drive-by emergency vehicle parade.
The Tyler Perry Studios team gave the Atlanta hospital hundreds of gourmet meals as a great start to National Hospital Week.
The giveaways are part of the airline’s JetBlue Healthcare Hero effort.
An intensive care unit nurse in the valley volunteered to travel to Detroit, an hard hit area by COVID-19 and now she's back home.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., introduced a bill on Tuesday that would forgive all federal and private student loan debt for front line healthcare workers risking their lives to fight the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
With the president's visit to Phoenix Tuesday, all eyes were on Honeywell’s facility and how they’ve responded to the pandemic.
The sportswear giant is partnering with the nonprofit Good360 and local organizations to give staff at various hospitals around the U.S. and Europe a pair of shoes.