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No Slowing in Fla., as New COVID Cases Top 10K
The state's soaring coronavirus total now stands at more than 169,000 patients.
The COVID-19 Infodemic: Cures, Controversy and Confusion - Blair Bigham, MD
How to Maintain Educational Continuity During the COVID-19 Pandemic - H. Davis, M. Kaduce, K. O'Connor
COVID-19 Testing: Promises, Problems and Potential - P. Antevy & R. Pescatore
More Coronavirus News
After Six Months of Coronavirus, PPE Still Lacking
The U.S. wasn't prepared with masks. Now it's too late.
COVID-19 Updates from EMS Medical Directors: Watch Now
Long-haulers, first wave vs. second wave, Type A blood: The latest on COVID-19.
EMS Around the World: The Volunteers of Italy's Red Cross
Alessandro Borgonovo 07/01/2020
With much of the country’s EMS volunteer, their role is an important one.
Guest Editorial: I Fear for My Colleagues
John Todaro, BA, NRP, RN, TNS, NCEE 07/01/2020
Don’t neglect rest, relaxation, and recharging during these stressful times.
FirstNet: Unleashing the Potential of Telemedicine for First Responders Amid COVID
Paul Patrick 06/30/2020
The nationwide wireless broadband network is already facilitating care for these patients.
In Maine, COVID Makes Bad Personnel Shortages Worse
The state had plenty of paramedic and EMT jobs open even before the pandemic.
Official Numbers Still Low, But Russian System Feeling COVID’s Stress
Eugene Gerden 06/28/2020
Personnel shortages have put the ambulance system under particular duress.
Study Examining COVID's Effect on Cardiac Arrests Released
The number of patients who underwent resuscitation tripled during the COVID-19 period.
Eagles Update COVID-19 Webinar June 23, 2020
Topics discussed: Boston EMS hired ID doc & 2 NPs from public school system for testing help; exp dates for DuoDotes will not be extended; Moderna and Pfizer vaccine going to phase 2 for vaccine; results of SCA…
Florida COVID-19 Surge Continues With 5,500 New Cases
The state sets another new one-day record.
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