Stories tagged: "COVID-19 deaths"


Inside the hot zone medical staff monitor and treat sick patients infected with the Covid-19 virus at the UMASS Memorial DCU Center Field Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts on January 13, 2021. - The field hospital currently has fifty non critical patients infected with the Covid-19 virus.  The center was set up to relieve hospitals during the surge and allow for non critical patents to free up beds at the main hospital locations.  Patients come from around the state to stay at the field hospital. (Photo by JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP via Getty Images)
US Sets Another Grim Record for Most COVID-19 Deaths in One Day

Nearly 4,200 people died from COVID-19 on Tuesday, as a massive spike in infections continues to fill hospitals in the country.

COVID patient in los angeles hospital where workers have to ration care
The COVID Crisis in America’s Largest County Is Forcing Medical Workers to Ration Care

The COVID-19 crisis is battering already-distressed Los Angeles County hospitals, and health officials warn the worst is yet to come.

ER doctor wearing scrubs sitting in chair with hand on his head
Heroes of 2020: An ER Doctor and a School Nurse Saved Lives in Two Different Ways

Healthcare providers have been called heroes throughout 2020. But as the pandemic enters its deadliest phase yet, their warnings deserve renewed attention.

healthcare worker at a testing site as COVID-19 death tolls rise
COVID-19 Killed More Than 3,000 Americans on Wednesday, Surpassing 9/11’s Death Toll in a Single Day

More than 106,000 people are currently hospitalized with COVID-19, and 221,267 new cases were reported on Wednesday. The numbers, including the death toll, are expected to rise.

Doctor checks on covid patient in hospital
COVID Is Still Shattering Records and Christmas Week Could See 20,000 Deaths Alone

More than 2,800 Americans were reported to have died from COVID-19 on Wednesday, setting a grim, single-day record as the coronavirus pandemic enters its most dangerous phase yet.

Image via Shutterstock
A New York City Nurse Lost Both Parents to COVID—and She’s Still Experiencing Symptoms Herself

Cathrine Solomon also contracted COVID-19 and is now a “long-hauler,” having experienced symptoms for more than seven months.

Since January, the president has tried to convince the public that the coronavirus will simply go away on its own at least 38 times.(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
A Long Yet Somehow Incomplete List of Times Trump Downplayed the Virus

Since January, the president has tried to convince the public that the coronavirus will simply go away on its own at least 38 times. To help make sense of these moments, here is a timeline breaking down the several instances the president has denied the severity of the virus.