Friday, January 21, 2022

Tag: Hospitals

Omicron surge sweeps through U.S. hospitals (includes video story)

As America struggles to manage the COVID-19 crisis, healthcare workers are being pushed to the edge. In many states, COVID positive healthcare workers are continuing...

South Florida immigrants struggle to access COVID-19 vaccine

It was a hot day in Miami as Lucila Gallardo made her way to the front of the line. She’d been waiting almost three...

Can rising vaccinations overcome skyrocketing COVID-19 infections? (includes video story)

COVID-19 continues to threaten the world, with cases in the United States and other countries climbing. But a year of fighting the pandemic has...

Sorpresa y duda ante la reapertura de California

En diciembre, Los Ángeles fue nombrado como el “nuevo epicentro” del Covid-19 en Estados Unidos y el gobernador Gavin Newsom anunció un toque de...

The Art of Giving: Teen Emma Faria sells masks to save...

Hand-painted face masks are the latest offering by the nonprofit organization The Art of Giving, which is led by Emma Faria. She hopes that...

New parents discuss birth during the pandemic (includes video story)

COVID-19 brought a lot of uncertainty this year. Having to adjust to this new normal has created a sense of concern for new and...

Pregnancy during a pandemic: a difficult time for doulas

April Dawn, a Central Florida doula, has been coaching pregnant women through childbirth since high school. She remembers back to the beginning of COVID-19...

Hospitals encourage patients to receive care during the pandemic

Though the COVID-19 pandemic has had an undeniable impact on hospitals in South Florida, doctors and administrators say they are doing their best to...

Health care workers face high stress, cite lack of preparedness

With the infection count among the general population in Miami-Dade County surpassing 5,400 and growing, health care workers are on the frontline of the...