The Times podcast: Covering COVID on ‘sacred ground’
The U.S. has lost more than 1 million people to COVID — and the virus isn’t done with us yet. Front-line hospital workers have experienced the devastation up close and in real time. And for one L.A. Times photographer who documented the losses and wins against COVID, looking back at the images she captured and revisiting the hospital rooms where people fought for their lives — spaces a hospital chaplain now calls “sacred ground” — has helped her process the pain and remember the moments of connection and hope.
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Host: Gustavo Arellano
Guests: L.A. Times photojournalist Francine Orr
The fight against COVID, a chaplain says, unfolded on ‘sacred ground’
U.S. reaches 1 million COVID deaths — and the virus isn’t done with us
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