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Invisible ENEMIES
    Lisa Krantz /ZUMA (bios)
zReportage.com Story Summary: zReportage.com Story of the Week #748: TUESDAY August 4, 2020: INVISIBLE ENEMIES, by ZUMA Press Newspaper San Antonio Express-News photographer Lisa Krantz and Reporter Marina Starleaf Riker, who followed an EMS crew over a 24-hour shift, sometimes riding in the ambulance with the paramedic and patient. They observed as paramedics for Superior Mobile Health, a private ambulance company, transported patients to hospitals across San Antonio, including multiple who were ill with COVID-19. Riker interviewed paramedics, emergency medical technicians and upper-level managers to understand how the pandemic has strained EMS services. Ambulance crews respond an average of once an hour to transport COVID-19 patients. For paramedics, it's a daily battle against two invisible enemies: the virus and burnout. Welcome to: INVISIBLE ENEMIES
Invisible ENEMIES
    Lisa Krantz /ZUMA (bios)
zReportage.com Story Summary: zReportage.com Story of the Week #748: TUESDAY August 4, 2020: INVISIBLE ENEMIES, by ZUMA Press Newspaper San Antonio Express-News photographer Lisa Krantz and Reporter Marina Starleaf Riker, who followed an EMS crew over a 24-hour shift, sometimes riding in the ambulance with the paramedic and patient. They observed as paramedics for Superior Mobile Health, a private ambulance company, transported patients to hospitals across San Antonio, including multiple who were ill with COVID-19. Riker interviewed paramedics, emergency medical technicians and upper-level managers to understand how the pandemic has strained EMS services. Ambulance crews respond an average of once an hour to transport COVID-19 patients. For paramedics, it's a daily battle against two invisible enemies: the virus and burnout. Welcome to: INVISIBLE ENEMIES