Inside a Covid ICU, hopes fade as patients surge in

Alix Zacharski, a nurse manager, went to check on one of her patients inside the Covid-19 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital on a recent afternoon, hoping that the patient, who had been struggling to breathe on her own, would be a little better. But these days inside the Covid ICU, almost … Read more

Who are the unvaccinated in America? There’s no one answer

Written by Julie Bosman, Jan Hoffman, Margot Sanger-Katz and Tim Arango As coronavirus cases rise across the United States, the fight against the pandemic is focused on an estimated 93 million people who are eligible for shots but have chosen not to get them. These are the Americans who are most vulnerable to serious illness … Read more

Wearing masks indoors again? Some US states are a vehement no.

Written by Patricia Mazzei Even before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended this week that vaccinated Americans in coronavirus hot spots around the country go back to wearing face coverings indoors, a resistance had been building against any new masking requirements, no matter the resurgence of infections. Hours before the CDC’s announcement on … Read more

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