Qiana Bigsby said her son Ziggy was initially admitted into Scottish Rite Hospital for an infection. While there, he tested positive for COVID and the virus took a toll on his body.
Members of the DeKalb County Board of Health Department, along with Fire Rescue, traveled to about 400 homebound people to administer COVID-19 vaccine.
The past year has been hard on everyone, particularly the dedicated members of the frontline healthcare industry.
Members of SEWA International in Georgia have spent the last few weeks raising money for resources to send to COVID-ravaged India.
A woman battling with COVID-19 after being on a ventilator for weeks got tender loving care from frontline workers in Nashville, who treated her to a 'spa day.'
Major League Baseball and its teams said Thursday they will distribute $1.5 million in free tickets this regular season to essential workers of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Ashlynn Peters was just beginning her nursing career when the pandemic began. Her ICU experience will stick with her for decades.
Christmas came a little early for four people who are on the frontlines of COVID care in the form of a new car.
Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett earned her place in the history books for her pivotal work in producing one of the first coronavirus vaccines that could pave the way to ending the global COVID-19 pandemic.
A COVID-19 relief grant allowed a nonprofit organization to provide hot meals Friendship Tower, but it is set to expire.
In a study conducted in July, the agency found that adults in their sample group with COVID-19 were approximately twice as likely to have reported dining at a restaurant than were those with negative SARS-CoV-2 test results.
There is a lot Stuart Hall of Buford, Georgia, cannot remember about his brush with COVID-19.
This is an especially challenging time for seniors in our community. The elimination of certain Marta routes and reduction in Ride Shares has made it difficult for some to get around. Others are afraid to leave the house for fear of contracting COVID-19. A non-profit is doing its part to make sure some seniors in the Atlanta area don't go hungry.
With masks in short supply because of the coronavirus pandemic, those on the front lines in Georgia now have a way to sanitize their masks for reuse.
While Norman Hulme shelters in place working from home as a graphic artist for Emory University, he takes comfort knowing the injections, the multiple blood draws and every note in his daily journal could make a big difference in the fight against the COVID-19.
A Malaysian woman born without arms has been sewing personal protective equipment for frontline workers battling the coronavirus pandemic.
In another effort to flatten the curve, a Georgia Tech graduate student is part of an innovative collaboration to develop personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.
The demand for protective masks has been higher than the supply, but the gap is smaller now with the efforts of one local mask making group.
An Atlanta-based travel nurse is currently at a New Jersey hospital on the front line against COVID-19. When she asked her friend for a piece of jewelry, she inspired a nationwide initiative for the jewelry company.
It's been almost five weeks since August and Angel Cook came into the world. Their mother, Monique is grateful there are absolutely no signs of the health troubles that started hours before they arrived four weeks early.