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'Did I Mess This Up?' A Father Dying From Coronavirus, a Distraught Daughter and a Midnight Rescue.
Terrified residents, families and staff of the Queens Adult Care Center have watched helplessly as COVID-19 runs rampant. They say management lied about the extent of its spread. Here's how one daughter rescued her sick dad.
April 25, 2020
Oklahoma Nursing Homes, Where COVID-19 Cases Abound, Struggle to Find Protective Equipment
Nearly a month after the state’s first nursing home residents died of COVID-19, many of Oklahoma’s long-term care facilities are struggling to find enough gowns and other protective equipment needed to prevent infections.
April 24, 2020
How the Coronavirus Pandemic Is Impacting Native American Communities
Today’s new episode of our “Covering Coronavirus” podcast takes you to New Mexico, into Native American communities, where the pandemic is taking a painful toll.
April 24, 2020
Covering Coronavirus: Indian Country
Native American communities were already dealing with underfunded health services. Then the coronavirus outbreak began.
April 24, 2020
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April 23, 2020
In Seattle, Early Help for Homeless Residents During the Coronavirus Outbreak
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April 22, 2020
Internet Child Exploitation Tips Skyrocket During Coronavirus Shutdown
With Colorado’s schools shut down and sports cancelled, many children and teenagers are spending a lot more time online during coronavirus stay-at-home orders. That’s a big concern for one of Colorado’s top internet child exploitation investigators.
April 21, 2020
FRONTLINE's First Major Documentary on COVID-19 Premieres Tonight
"Coronavirus Pandemic" is a crucial and sobering look at how America reached this point, and the challenges that lie ahead.
April 21, 2020
“No Good Choices”: At the First U.S. Hospital Network to Knowingly Battle the Coronavirus, a Struggle Over Protective Equipment
“We cannot have our own caregivers going down from COVID while they’re trying to take care of the community,” says Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips.
April 21, 2020
"They Should Have Done Something": Broad Failures Fueled Wisconsin Ballot Crisis, Investigation Shows
Inadequate computer systems, overwhelmed clerks and misleading ballot information hampered Wisconsin’s historic — and historically troubling — spring election.
April 21, 2020
How America’s First Known Coronavirus Patient Recovered
The inside story of how the first known COVID-19 patient in the U.S. was identified and treated in Washington State, and how he survived.
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