Since last spring, the shortage and rationing of PPE have not disappeared. Health care providers are repeatedly sounding the alarm as PPE is continually rationed at increasingly unsafe rates.
With any major public health innovations like vaccines, there are bound to be lots of questions. Get up-to-date on what you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines and why you still need to wear a mask after vaccination.
Vigilance is still of utmost importance to maintain safety during COVID. If you are spending time with friends outside of your pod, mask up!
Across the United States, American Indian and Alaska Native people have seen more than three times as many cases compared to the total population.
The US is increasingly facing a nitrile glove shortage. Read more on why we don’t have enough supply and what the numbers are showing us.
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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.
There’s a lot of misinformation right now about the personal protective equipment (PPE) crisis right now. Take a minute to read these top three things you need to know now from the experts at Get Us PPE.
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.