Amid India's COVID surge, regular folks are channeling their time, talents and resources to support their neighbors — and strangers, too. Public health experts say it's making a real impact.
A pregnant journalist investigates and finds many pregnant, COVID-positive women can't access life-saving healthcare during the country's deadly second wave.
Clinicians in private practice, those who work for staffing agencies and others who are not directly employed by hospitals or long-term care facilities say they have been overlooked in the rollout.
The state has a law strictly regulating nurse-to-patient staffing ratios in hospitals. But the governor recently said hospitals could lift those limits in pandemic times, and nurses are crying foul.