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Pennsylvania officials have sounded the alarm to “flatten the curve,” but hospitals in Philadelphia and across the state likely won’t be able to handle a predicted surge of coronavirus cases.
Guests: WHYY’s Nina Feldman and WITF’s Brett Sholtis
There’s more to every story if you take the time to tell it.
Pa. coronavirus update: State to vaccinate teachers by mid-April; Montco plans third mass site
Pennsylvania will dedicate the newly approved single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine to teachers and staff.
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Pa. coronavirus update: Philly to receive 13,000 doses of new J&J COVID-19 vaccine this week
The city is recommending vaccine providers use this single-dose vaccine for people who are hard to reach, like people who are homebound.
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‘This is something that we weren’t taught’: How a brand-new nurse learned to treat an unknown disease
Nurses starting their careers last year faced low staffing and high burnout, just as nurses have for decades. But a pandemic was making it worse.
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