The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is mourning the loss of a corrections officer who died after contracting COVID-19.
More than 800 nurses walked off the job Saturday at Chicago’s University of Illinois Hospital after the latest contract negotiations aimed at averting the strike ended with an impasse.
Wearing a badge always comes with risks, but in 2020, the deadliest enemy for law enforcement might be one they can't see: COVID-19.
For the nurses across the globe, home is fraught with uncertainty. Are they exposing their partners and children? Should they quit their jobs to keep their families safe?
Deputy Brown first got sick with COVID-19 in May. Michelle believes he got sick at work, then brought the virus home to her and their four children.
While the hospital said it followed COVID-19 guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus, a news release emphasized the contagiousness of the disease.
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A Los Angeles Police Department officer died Friday due to the coronavirus, becoming the agency's first sworn officer to fall victim to COVID-19.
A senior nurse who was in a coma for 40 days after being diagnosed with COVID-19 was met with applause from her colleagues after being discharged.
Lunch was on the first lady during the coronavirus pandemic.
First responders are being excluded from that additional income.
After more than 100 days battling COVID-19, a Dallas ISD police sergeant returned home.
Vice President Mike Pence said the U.S. government will issue guidance encouraging front-line health care workers to reuse personal protective equipment as the COVID-19 pandemic worsens in the country.
The firefighters all work in three different city facilities and wore personal protective equipment when interacting directly with the public.
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After more than two-and-a-half months in the hospital, an 87-year-old Korean War veteran from Houston has beat coronavirus COVID-19 and reunited with his children three days before Father’s Day.
The frontline workers will also receive financial assistance, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb will be self-quarantining following a positive COVID-19 test.
In the battle against COVID-19, public health workers spread across states, cities and small towns make up an invisible army on the front lines. But that army, which has suffered neglect for decades, is under assault when it’s needed most.