Why Are Healthcare Workers Still Dying of Covid-19?

Around the world, many don’t have access to a vaccine. That’s scandalous.

Photo: John Cameron/Unsplash

My heart sank when I heard Romeo “Romy” Agtarap died of Covid-19. He had recently retired from nursing after two decades in the emergency room. But when Covid-19 surged into New York City last spring he joined us again on the frontlines. In April 2020…

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