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Special Report: Local governments 'overwhelmed' in race to trace U.S. COVID contacts

04 Aug 2020

By Benjamin Lesser, Dan Levine, Jaimi Dowdell and Andrea Januta

Special Report: Local governments 'overwhelmed' in race to trace U.S. COVID contacts

04 Aug 2020

By Benjamin Lesser, Dan Levine, Jaimi Dowdell and Andrea Januta

Special Report: COVID deepens the other opioid crisis: a shortage of hospital painkillers

09 Jun 2020

As opioid pills and patches fueled a two-decade epidemic of overdoses in the United States, hospitals faced chronic shortages of the same painkillers in injectable form - narcotics vital to patients on breathing machines.

Exclusive: Opioid supply crunch for U.S. coronavirus patients prompts appeal to relax limits

03 Apr 2020

U.S. doctors running out of narcotics needed for COVID-19 patients on ventilators are asking the federal government to raise production limits for drugmakers, according to a letter seen by Reuters, after national quotas had been tightened to address the opioid addiction crisis.

Exclusive: Opioid supply crunch for U.S. coronavirus patients prompts appeal to relax limits

02 Apr 2020

U.S. doctors running out of narcotics needed for COVID-19 patients on ventilators are asking the federal government to raise production limits for drugmakers, according to a letter seen by Reuters, after national quotas had been tightened to address the opioid addiction crisis.

New York veterans hospital, struggling with coronavirus outbreak, asked to help civilians

27 Mar 2020

The Department of Veterans Affairs is struggling to provide enough staffing and equipment for former vets hospitalized with the coronavirus illness in New York City, nursing union representatives say, yet some lawmakers are pressing the agency to treat civilians as well.

New York veterans hospital, struggling with coronavirus outbreak, asked to help civilians

27 Mar 2020

The Department of Veterans Affairs is struggling to provide enough staffing and equipment for former vets hospitalized with the coronavirus illness in New York City, nursing union representatives say, yet some lawmakers are pressing the agency to treat civilians as well.

SPECIAL REPORT-How Korea trounced U.S. in race to test people for coronavirus

19 Mar 2020

SEOUL, March 18 - In late January, South Korean health officials summoned representatives from more than 20 medical companies from their lunar New Year celebrations to a conference room tucked inside Seoul’s busy train station.

Special Report: How Korea trounced U.S. in race to test people for coronavirus

19 Mar 2020

SEOUL - In late January, South Korean health officials summoned representatives from more than 20 medical companies from their lunar New Year celebrations to a conference room tucked inside Seoul’s busy train station. | Video

SPECIAL REPORT-How Korea trounced U.S. in race to test people for coronavirus

18 Mar 2020

March 18,SEOUL - In late January, South Korean health officials summoned representatives from more than 20 medical companies from their lunar New Year celebrations to a conference room tucked inside Seoul’s busy train station.

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