Nurses have been on the frontlines of the pandemic since it began. As cases continue to surge across most of the U.S., many worry about bringing the virus home. These are the stories from one California COVID-19 ward.
The Trump administration’s failure to stock up on masks and other PPE before the pandemic has left front-line medical workers at risk.
Ismael Damian, a nurse in Mississipi, and Jose Cuicahua, a nurse in Alabama, fight coronavirus while waiting for a life-changing Supreme Court decision.
Hundreds of doctors, nurses and other health care workers across the country say they've been asked to work without adequate protection.
Hospitals and clinics across the United States have struggled to stay afloat amid a crippling shortage of personal protective equipment.
As nurses in the same hospital, Melvin Bonilla and his wife, Arlene Bonilla, care for COVID-19 patients daily. They have to balance their love for their profession and protecting their family.
A recent survey from National Nurses United found only 44% of nurses have received guidance on how to recognize potential cases.