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Now, some are sharing what it’s like inside their hospitals as they face an unprecedented crisis. Some are overwhelmed, they told CNN, and others are afraid. Their hearts break for their patients and their patients’ families. Here’s what they have to say. “The number of Covid patients we are getting is rapidly increasing every day …

Earlier this year, the United States and other countries gave the rebels an ultimatum to meet benchmarks or risk losing some assistance. But only the United States, one of the biggest donors, threatened to halt all funding in Houthi-controlled areas if the rebels failed to meet more than a dozen requirements by Friday, humanitarian officials …

PARIS — One of the world’s best health care systems is facing its severest test ever, and whether it succeeds will say much about the ultimate adequacy of a well-funded, well-equipped and broadly accessible national treatment plan. If France’s experiment in confining its citizens — less rigorous than the Chinese, more precocious than the Italian, …

Ambulances are parked in front of the NYU Langone Health emergency. | Getty Images NEW YORK — As the coronavirus bears down on New York and the biggest U.S. city becomes the epicenter of the national crisis, state officials are scrambling to augment a health care workforce already stretched to capacity and falling prey to …

March 25, 2020 9:14 PM Brandon Arbuckle Posted: March 25, 2020 9:14 PM Updated: March 25, 2020 9:18 PM MAUSTON, Wis. — Health officials have confirmed the first COVID-19 case in Juneau County is a health care worker. According to a news release, health officials with the Juneau County Health Department and Mile Bluff Medical …

Keeping at-risk patient populations – such as the elderly and those with chronic conditions and clinical trial participants – healthy during an unprecedented health crisis is critically important. For quarantined and isolated individuals, maintaining close contact with care providers and adhering to medication therapies has never been more vital. Telemedicine has an essential role to …

The run on supplies for things like hand sanitizer, gloves and masks is having a big effect on assisted living facilities and nursing homes across Central Florida. Because of the increased demand, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced a massive effort on Monday to get masks, gloves and other personal protection equipment to those facilities in the …

A 36-year-old nurse described as “normally fit and healthy” is critically ill in intensive care after contracting coronavirus. Areema Nasreen is on a ventilator at Walsall Manor hospital in the West Midlands where she has worked for 16 years. Her family say Nasreen, who has three children, and lives in Walsall, has no underlying health …

Following similar scenes days prior in Italy and Spain, Indians stood in their doorways and on balconies at 5 p.m. (8:30 a.m. ET) applauding, ringing bells and blowing conch shells, heeding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call to express gratitude to those who have been on the front line. Modi proposed the 14-day quarantine during a …

One of them is Dr. Nicola Sgarbi, 35, who unknowingly became part of a growing photo trend of health workers coping with this exponential rise in sick patients. Italy has been indicative of the spike in infections. On Saturday, the country had more than 47,000 coronavirus cases and some 4,000 deaths from the disease. Sgarbi …