Jayme Fraser, Yahoo News

Jayme Fraser

Yahoo News

Wheatland, WY, United States

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Recent articles by Jayme:

Leaders were slow to bring COVID-19 testing to Latino communities. Now people are sick.

​Unequal access to coronavirus tests in the Latino community does not surprise experts calling the gaps a factor in disproportionate cases and deaths. → Read More

Younger people are a factor in surge of COVID-19 cases, analysis shows

A USA TODAY analysis finds that while most cases prior to late May were people 45 and older, most new cases since then are among younger people. → Read More

Coronavirus surges aren't linked to George Floyd, policing, Black Lives Matter protests

Protests were as common in places with surging coronavirus cases as in others. However, new spikes are in places with a lower rate of spread so far. → Read More

Uncounted millions had COVID-19 symptoms, but no positive test

Testing errors, misdiagnoses and a sluggish public health response left patients out of official tallies. → Read More

Spike in US deaths and cases flagged as pneumonia suggest even greater COVID-19 impact

Federal data released this week shows that the number of deaths recorded in the U.S. this year is higher than normal, outpacing deaths attributed to COVID- → Read More

Spike in US deaths and cases flagged as pneumonia suggest even greater COVID-19 impact

An analysis of CDC data suggests that COVID-19's death toll in the U.S. has been much worse than reported. Pneumonia cases are a clue as to why. → Read More

COVID-19 story recipe: Identifying communities at risk from the pandemic and its economic fallout

Where to find the data, how to explore it, and questions to ask to reproduce the story for your community → Read More

The poorest will suffer. Safety-net health clinics cut services amid coronavirus epidemic

Thousands of health clinics serving the nation’s poorest residents face closure and cutbacks amid the sweeping coronavirus pandemic, a trend that could imperil hard-hit communities long after the disease is contained.One in 11 Americans — about 31 million people — depend on safety-net health clinics for care not otherwise available because they have no health insurance, live in isolated areas,… → Read More

Coronavirus spike would leave hospitals without enough beds

No state in the U.S. will have enough room for novel coronavirus patients if the surge in severe cases here mirrors that in other countries. A USA TODAY → Read More

INVESTIGATION: Coronavirus spike would leave hospitals without enough beds

No state in the U.S. will have enough room for novel coronavirus patients if the surge in severe cases here mirrors that in other countries. A USA TODAY analysis shows that if the nation sees a major spike, there could be almost six seriously ill patients for every existing hospital bed. That analysis, based on data from the American Hospital Association, U.S. Census, CDC and World Health… → Read More

INVESTIGATION: Coronavirus spike would leave hospitals without enough beds

No state in the U.S. will have enough room for novel coronavirus patients if the surge in severe cases here mirrors that in other countries. A USA TODAY analysis shows that if the nation sees a major spike, there could be almost six seriously ill patients for every existing hospital bed. That analysis, based on data from the American Hospital Association, U.S. Census, CDC and World Health… → Read More

INVESTIGATION: Coronavirus spike would leave hospitals without enough beds

No state in the U.S. will have enough room for novel coronavirus patients if the surge in severe cases here mirrors that in other countries. A USA → Read More

INVESTIGATION: Coronavirus spike would leave hospitals without enough beds

No state in the U.S. will have enough room for novel coronavirus patients if the surge in severe cases here mirrors that in other countries. A USA TODAY analysis shows that if the nation sees a major spike, there could be almost six seriously ill patients for every existing hospital bed. That analysis, based on data from the American Hospital Association, U.S. Census, CDC and World Health… → Read More

INVESTIGATION: Coronavirus spike would leave hospitals without enough beds

No state in the U.S. will have enough room for novel coronavirus patients if the surge in severe cases here mirrors that in other countries. A USA TODAY analysis shows that if the nation sees a major spike, there could be almost six seriously ill patients for every existing hospital bed. That analysis, based on data from the American Hospital Association, U.S. Census, CDC and World Health… → Read More

US hospitals will run out of beds if coronavirus cases spike

A USA TODAY analysis shows there could be six seriously ill patients for every existing US hospital bed. No state is prepared. → Read More

US hospitals – including those in Wisconsin – will run out of beds if coronavirus cases spike

A USA TODAY analysis suggests there could be six seriously ill patients for every existing US hospital bed. No state is prepared. → Read More

US hospitals will run out of beds if coronavirus cases spike

A USA TODAY analysis suggests there could be six seriously ill patients for every existing US hospital bed. No state is prepared. → Read More

Flying while disabled: Air travelers must wait decades for handicap-accessible bathrooms

New proposals for handicapped-accessible airline lavatories would only apply to new aircraft – not the 5,600 planes already flying today. → Read More

New federal requirements show airlines damage thousands of wheelchairs each year

In the first nine months of this year, major U.S. commercial airlines mishandled at least 7,747 wheelchairs. That's an average of 29 times a day. → Read More

New federal requirements show airlines damage thousands of wheelchairs each year

In the first nine months of this year, major U.S. commercial airlines mishandled at least 7,747 wheelchairs. That's an average of 29 times a day. → Read More