Hospitalizations across the state have been ticking upward, with nearly 1,700 patients admitted in the past seven days.
Six chaplains share stories from the spiritual front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Doctors and nurses say drawing attention to urgent needs and hospital conditions is the only way to force change and save lives. But it could cost them their jobs.
Hospitals and birth centers are a woman's safest choice, the American Academy of Pediatrics noted in its new guidelines.
The statewide death toll from the coronavirus doubled in 72 hours to more than 1,900.
The city had 1,075 cases as of Friday afternoon, and its hospitals are already nearing capacity.
"My brother didn’t have to die,” Kious Kelly's sister tweeted. “Healthcare providers need Personal Protective Equipment NOW!”
The church squirreled away thousands of respirator masks 14 years ago.
The comedian said she was denied a COVID-19 test and called out President Donald Trump for his false claims over the abundance of testing kits.