COVID-19: WHY U.S. NURSES FEAR FOR THEIR LIVES
COVID-19: Why U.S. nurses fear for their lives

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues in the U.S., shortages of basic safety supplies, such as masks and gowns, endangers the lives of nurses and other health professionals – as they attempt to heal the sick. We speak to Zenei Cortez, a registered nurse and co-president of National Nurses United, about the life threatening burden placed on U.S. health workers.

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COVID-19: Who lives and who dies? A harrowing decision for U.S. doctors

As the COVID-19 pandemic escalates in the U.S., doctors are forced to make hard choices on who will receive life saving treatment – and who cannot be saved. To speak on the heavy burdens set upon U.S. health workers, we are joined by Dr. Calvin Sun, an Attending Physician at multiple emergency rooms in New York City.