Working in health care comes at a huge cost right now. This is what they're doing to protect us from COVID-19.
"My brother didn’t have to die,” Kious Kelly's sister tweeted. “Healthcare providers need Personal Protective Equipment NOW!”
"Without reinforcements and a cohesive national response, we will lose this war. ... You can help change that. Otherwise, our blood will be on your hands."
Living in crowded dorms with no space to quarantine the sick, farm laborers are "petrified."
The coronavirus pandemic is putting grocery store and restaurant workers at risk, often with no health protections and just a handful of safety precautions in place.
Nothing about the COVID-19 outbreak is commonplace.
"President Trump, I beg you to take this pandemic more seriously and I am begging you to do it now."
Americans who need medical care for coronavirus infections face thousands of dollars in medical bills — even if they have health insurance.
Democrats argued the rescue package was tilted toward corporations and did too little to help workers and health care providers.
Professionals are taking steps to reuse scarce N95 respirators and other supplies as they care for COVID-19 patients.
The Affordable Care Act’s shortcomings are more obvious. So are its strengths.
Since the Affordable Care Act became law in 2010, HuffPost has spoken to many Americans about their experiences. We decided to check back in with them.
Democrats say the package does not go far enough to provide health care and unemployment aid for Americans, and caters too much to big business.
Asked why supplies from the national stockpile weren't sent out earlier, FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor said he's focused on "today."
As the administration backs a court fight to kill the Affordable Care Act, officials suddenly realize Americans need health insurance now.
The state's attorney general is using concerns about limited supplies of protective medical gear to prevent women from ending pregnancies.
Emergency doctors, nurses and EMTs are working to contain the virus with shrinking resources as federal guidelines on COVID-19 change every day.
The coronavirus is set to crush New York City's hospital system and the federal government needs to step in now, council member Mark Levine said.
"With every crucial delay, with every blunder and misstep, the toll is going to be measured in lives lost."
“This is amazingly challenging,” one expert said.