Health Care Workers Struggled to Survive COVID-19. Thousands Lost the Fight.

Health Care Workers Struggled to Survive COVID-19. Thousands Lost the Fight.

As the Terror of COVID Struck, Health Care Workers Struggled to Survive. This number is far higher than that reported by the U.S. government, which does not have a comprehensive national count of health care workers who’ve died of COVID-19. So as 2020 draws to a close, we ask: Did so many of the nation’s health care workers have to die? In fact, health care workers were three times more likely than the general public to get COVID-19, other researchers found. Instead, scientists discovered that “front door” health workers like paramedics and those in acute-care “receiving” roles — such as in the emergency room — were twice as likely as other health care workers to be hospitalized with COVID-19.

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