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Hospitals, clinics and other health care facilities have flouted that simple guidance, pressuring workers who contract COVID-19 to return to work sooner than public health standards suggest.
Health care workers of color were more likely to care for patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, more likely to report using inadequate or reused protective gear, and nearly twice as likely as white colleagues to test positive for the coronavirus.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced sudden major changes to the nation’s health care system that are unlikely to be reversed.
The tally includes doctors, nurses and paramedics, as well as crucial health care support staff such as hospital janitors, administrators and nursing home workers, who have put their own lives at risk during the pandemic to help care for others.
The excessive testing, Corl said, stemmed from a model of emergency care that forces doctors to practice "fast and loose medicine."
When it's time to make important healthcare decisions, you need know all of your options before you choose your treatment.
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