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US HCWs Lost to Covid19 2h
Vincent Killsontop, Charge Nurse in Lawrence, Kansas, died of 10/5. His wife Katie is overcome by the silence of their house. There is very little public information about Mr. Killsontop
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US HCWs Lost to Covid19 Oct 27
Dr. William "Bill" Cohen, 69yo Dentist, Yonkers, NY, died of mid-April. "He had a million friends, and as an adult I feel like you get less and less friends. But he got more and more." He is deeply missed.
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US HCWs Lost to Covid19 Oct 29
Debra Daniels, 63yo RN/Admin, Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital, Ashland, Kentucky, died of 9/29. She was also a real estate agent, antiques lover, and beloved grandmother.
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US HCWs Lost to Covid19 Oct 29
David Perry, 57yo LCSW and Emergency mental health clinician, Fairfax, VA, died of 7/30. He is missed by those whose minds and souls he lifted and strengthened with such generous, capable ease.
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US HCWs Lost to Covid19 Oct 23
Vedat Sarayli, 60yo Purchasing Dept, Mt Sinai, NYC, died of 4/22. He was not allowed to work from home. He leaves a fiance.
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Reese Tassey, MD, MPH Oct 28
My health system's new N95 restrictive policy. They won't give us elastomers, enough PAPRs, and won't allow personal PPE. As of today, N95s are locked up. This is how people die.
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Reese Tassey, MD, MPH Oct 26
Now. No more excuses. The 2nd wave is here.
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Ben Kenigsberg, MD 3h
This is an outrageous & unacceptable lie from Trump. Frontline healthcare workers & America deserve better.
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Stephen C. Dorner, MD, MPH, MSc Oct 28
Replying to @StephenDorner
This is a trying time for the world, and an incredibly trying time for healthcare providers. They just keep moving the goalposts on and without the support of a strong central leader we are left to our own devices ... and please
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Vox Populi Resists Oct 28
Replying to @vox_n_thecosmos
Many hospitals still cannot access proper PPE because you forced states to compete against one another and against the federal govt & failed to force companies to begin immediate production of PPE, reducing supply & driving prices up for those who had to buy PPE. 6/7
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edward lew Oct 26
Something that we ER docs know all to well. We need our N95s.
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Asitha Jayawardena Oct 29
We are still re-using n95s 9 months into this pandemic. Putting this experience into words was impossible. A photo speaks a thousand words, but a video is worth a million. Watch. Care. Vote.
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US HCWs Lost to Covid19 Oct 21
Edward Alonzo, 63yo Psychiatriac Tech, Parkland Memorial, Dallas, Texas, died of 8/3. He had worked at Parkland for over 27 years and loved helping others. He leaves a wife and son who are grieving deeply.
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Soumya Rangarajan Oct 27
Mr. Mee looks like he would have been delightful at Christmas as one of Santa's elves for his grandchildren and on St. Patrick's Day; I can't imagine what his family will go through this holiday season. And hundreds of thousands of others.
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Maker Mask 6h
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Megan Ranney MD MPH 🗽 Oct 27
Then vs. now.... our country is doing worse on every. single. . metric. (PS: This chart left off .)
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Tatiana Prowell, MD Oct 26
Today I voted. For still begging to . For still grieving Jaime lost to . For & every victim of . For to end this . For the unfulfilled promises of our nation. For its very soul.
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Ali S. Raja, MD 12h
Why State Orders Are Hurting Nursing Homes, Small Providers
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Dr. M Rosenbach Oct 29
Replying to @MishaRosenbach
... You can make choices to protect your friends, neighbors, family... listen to science.
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Susan Sternberg 19h
Replying to @michaelmina_lab
“quickly, the federal government should pay for the tests in advance. If necessary, the administration should commit to using the Defense Production Act to compel manufacturers to produce the tests required to meet testing needs.” ‘If necessary’ = is necessary. & tests
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