Filipino nurses disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, study finds

A new report further reveals the devastating toll COVID-19 has taken on frontline health care workers, with Filipino American nurses in particular dying at a disproportionate rate. A report release in September by National Nurses United, the country's largest nurses union, found that California is leading in COVID-19 infection rates amongst health care workers nationwide. The Golden State reported 35,525 infection cases, followed by Georgia at 17,317, then Florida at 16,380. California ranks third in overall health care worker deaths, behind New York and New Jersey. Get the full story in the video above.

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