Across the United States, American Indian and Alaska Native people have seen more than three times as many cases compared to the total population.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of schools across the country closed their doors earlier this spring, inadvertently leaving millions of children behind.
Just weeks before the PPE crisis swept American hospitals, Claudia faced one of the hard decisions we can all relate to—should I travel and attend that important event—or act with utmost caution?
As an emergency physician faced with the rapidly-spreading coronavirus and dwindling supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE), Dr. Megan Ranney who is co-founder of Get Us PPE and Medical Analyst for CNN, rapidly built a grassroots, volunteer-led movement that has delivered millions of PPE units to those who need it most.
As the COVID-19 pandemic blankets the nation, public health experts warn of a possible outbreak following the Thanksgiving holiday, contributing to a larger PPE shortage, straining the already fragile PPE supply chain.
Halloween has felt like seven months rather than just one day with the coronavirus pandemic this year. That being said, we can still get into the spirit of the holiday from the comfort of our homes and with safety measures. Luckily, there are ways to get our candy corn fix and eat it too! Now that the big day is upon us, extra precautions need to be taken to keep us safe. At Get Us PPE, we want to make sure that your Halloween remains sweet, so we compiled some ways to celebrate safely, no tricks involved. Distanced Pumpkin Carving…