Thousands of people signed up to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s initiative the California Health Corps to help hospitals with the surge of coronavirus cases. However, many of the applicants are not qualified to help.
California is enlisting retired doctors and medical and nursing students to help treat an anticipated surge of coronavirus patients, the governor announced Monday. The California Health Corps effort comes as the nation’s most populous state anticipates hospitals becoming overwhelmed with patients and while it is preparing stadiums and convention centers to handle a crush of cases. “If you’re a...