As of Friday, more than 9000 Californians are hospitalized with a confirmed case of COVID-19 -- a state record more than 90 percent higher than two weeks ago, according to state public health data. For healthcare workers who treat very sick COVID patients, the surge is taking a particularly hard toll. We’ll hear from medical professionals about their experiences and reflections on the frontlines of COVID care in California.
California Healthcare Workers Share Experiences from COVID's Frontline
Amy Arlund, registered nurse, Kaiser Permanente Fresno Medical Center
Parimal Bharucha, pulmonary critical care specialist, Dignity Health in Sacramento County
Mawata Kamara, registered nurse, Alameda Health System's San Leandro Hospital
Alex McDonald, family medicine specialist, Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center in San Bernardino County