At least 3,202 people have been killed in the city by the virus, according to a new count released by city health officials Tuesday.
Over the next few weeks, improvised places are primed to start housing patients as New York state races to roughly triple its hospital capacity.
Host Bobby Halton talks with Dan DeGryse about how to stay healthy during challenging times.
Now is the time for firefighters to cultivate good habits to help relieve occupational stress, says Todd LeDuc.
Anthony Iraci, a retired firefighter who worked at Ground Zero, has died from complications arising from contracting COVID-19, according to reports.
You can never be too careful and protect yourself, your family, and your crew the best you can. An illustration from Paul Combs.
The Fire Department Safety Officers Association (FDSOA) shares recommendations for departments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join us for a critically important Webcast with Katherine West on what firefighters and EMS providers need to know about COVID-19 response.
If we are serious about preventing cancer among first responders, we must prioritize changing the way we view sleep. The fire service must normalize the need for sleep in the same way it has normalized the use of self-contained breathing apparatus, writes Dena Ali.
Ali Rothrock proposes that firefighters train on ways to recognize when their health and well-being are being adversely affected by the traumatic events they witness.