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The Colorado wildfire that destroyed more than 1,000 homes last month has forced the temporary closure of a hospital and upended the lives of health care workers as the state's already strained health care system braces for another surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations.


CHICAGO — The pandemic has revealed some truths: A lack of mental health providers to sufficiently meet the needs of those in crisis (including providers of color); and the stress that COVID-19 has introduced is being felt by all ages, with mental health coping strategies being constructed to help.


U.S. hospitals are struggling to get the workers they need to treat patients through the winter's COVID-19 surge as the virus collides with a historically tight labor market.

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