Lillie Lodge, RN. Journal from inside COVID ward, April to August, 2020.
How many healthcare workers will die two months from now because of the choices people made this weekend? Is this what doctors and nurses have risked their lives for, week after week, since March? For people to get to drink with their friends? pic.twitter.com/QBpiPKcaZB— John Woodrow Cox (@JohnWoodrowCox) May 24, 2020
Current US death toll: 97,414Incubation period: 2-14 days Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri – today 👇#COVIDー19 pic.twitter.com/3Kn8U4g8Gv — Tom Folan (@tomfolanmd) May 24, 2020
I spent five days with Covid nurse who’s a single mom of three. Read the story and check out my photos! Shot and written for the @ABQJournal #NursesWeek2020 #WritingCommunity #photosoftheweek #photojournalism #covidnurse pic.twitter.com/BMZjNxy7Aq— Anthony Jackson (@TonyAnjackson) May 24, 2020
The day the outbreak was declared a global pandemic, nurse and new mom Herine Baron was treating a patient with a fever at her Miami hospital. A week later, she started feeling sick and was subsequently diagnosed with Covid-19. So was her son. https://t.co/V64Oi71Q2J pic.twitter.com/ozpWXg3wGK— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) May 24, 2020
A word about this tweet. Of all the garbage that comes out of his twitter mouth this may be the most dangerous. He is signaling to the American people that it is safe to go on to business as usual. 40% of Americans hang on his every word and will head out and do the dumb. pic.twitter.com/Z7GCPB61kk— Andrea R MD (@AndreaR9Md) May 24, 2020
This is Ocean City, Maryland today. Unfortunately Marylanders aren’t surprised. pic.twitter.com/ZJIJ5fVBIb— Read Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler (@JoshuaPotash) May 23, 2020
My daughter, an ER nurse. She is so exhausted from working 12-hour shifts w #COVID19 patients, that she sleeps when she’s not working. But #POTUS can play golf on our dime?!?#WearAMask pic.twitter.com/iFmUEKTX8v— Mhairi Forrest 🏴🇨🇦🇺🇸 (@mhairiforrest) May 24, 2020
I live in Manhattan. For two months there are reminders of death everywhere. The nurses I’ve interviewed, the refrigerated trucks as makeshift morgues. The beginning of April non stop sirens going up 1rst ave to the hospitals. It was like war. I will do nothing different I’m 75 pic.twitter.com/9apXiFkJJn— Sandi Bachom (@sandibachom) May 24, 2020
INVENTIVE & HELPFUL: #nurses presentations BY PAPER from inside room in #COVID19 era…posting much of #A2Fbundle on door to avoid communication gaps and promote SAFETY…RASS 0 CAM-ICU negative. 💥 💥 Pt on the mend between Optiflow and Bipap. Onwards! (#HIPAA compliant) pic.twitter.com/BZDjvTgPw4— WesElyMD (@WesElyMD) May 24, 2020
Both airports were ghost towns, but jarring to land in DC – still in lockdown mode, little traffic, most everyone on the street wearing masks – from Miami, where people have started crowding outdoor bars and restaurants with few masks or social distancing. pic.twitter.com/EGWYMkE5T8— Vera Bergengruen (@VeraMBergen) May 24, 2020
* Timeline summaries at the top of the page come from a variety of sources:, including The American Journal of Managed Care COVID-19 Timeline (https://www.ajmc.com/view/a-timeline-of-covid19-developments-in-2020), the Just Security Group at the NYU School of Law (https://www.justsecurity.org/69650/timeline-of-the-coronavirus-pandemic-and-u-s-response/), the “10 Things,” daily entries from The Week (theweek.com), as well as a variety of newspapers and television programs.