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Half of Miami Responders Declined COVID Vaccines—Why?
Large numbers of paramedics and hospital workers have refused the COVID shots.
How EMS Can Launch Telehealth & Transport Alternatives During the COVID Pandemic- Jon Washko
EMS Airway Management & Training During the Coronavirus Pandemic - R. Dickson, C. Patrick
FAQ-Check: Top Docs Answer Your COVID-19 Questions - M. Levy, A. Margolis
More Coronavirus News
COVID in Poland: Exhausted Providers’ Patience Wears Thin
Robert Rajtar; Martyna Baraniak; and Łukasz Kościukiewicz 12/27/2020
Despite pleas for caution, the numbers of infected keep rising.
NENA Calls for Priority Vaccine Access for 9-1-1 Professionals
"Many states are not recognizing these public servants as essential when it comes to the distribution of coronavirus vaccines."
L.A. ICU Capacity Hits 0%, Oxygen Running Out
Christmas arrived in Los Angeles County with hospitals in a full-blown coronavirus crisis.
Back Where It Started: Vaccinations Come to Kirkland
It's been 299 days since the virus behind COVID-19 was first detected at EvergreenHealth in Washington.
N.J. Human Services Launches COVID Crisis Helplines
New helplines bolster response to COVID-19 emotional well-being and mental health concerns for responders.
Austin-Travis County EMS Receives First Round of COVID-19 Vaccine
Partnership with Dell Medical School allows EMTs and paramedics access to first vaccine shipment.
COVID Legislation Addresses Surprise Billing
Congress takes steps to curb unexpected medical bills for air ambulances and more.
EMS Personnel Have 'Substantial Exposure' to COVID-19 Patients
Personnel spend more than 30 minutes with each patient on average.
National Registry Extends Provisional Certification Deadline
Provisional certifications will continue to be issued until June 30, 2021.
Los Angeles County Outlines COVID Care-Rationing Plans
Already patients are waiting eight hours in ambulances—it's likely to get worse.
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