Health care providers are concerned about protecting themselves and patients as they battle COVID-19. We talk to an emergency room nurse from UCLA Medical Center. Also, two LAUSD educators share how they’re teaching kids remotely. Their experiences show stark differences in public schools.
Nurses, teachers cope with coronavirus
From this Episode:
Not enough beds, masks or gloves. California isn’t prepared for coronavirus cases
Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday night essentially said California would be short of about 17,000 hospital beds to deal with the expected wave of COVID-19 cases.
8 min, 16 sec
UCLA Medical Center nurses lack protective equipment for coronavirus
Nurses from Kaiser-Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center protested in front of the hospital on Monday over a lack of protective gear there.
9 min, 18 sec
LAUSD shifts to online education during coronavirus crisis. How 2 teachers are adapting
Governor Gavin Newsom made an unprecedented announcement last week when he said, “I would plan and assume that it's unlikely that many of these schools -- few, if any --...
11 min, 3 sec
Laundry Truck LA helps homeless people stay clean, DOLAN clothing company sews free masks amid coronavirus
Jodie Dolan's laundry truck has five washers and dryers that handle 30-40 loads in a five-hour shift. She parks the truck on different sites each day, and people show up to...
8 min, 19 sec