Lebanese group gives a home away from home to health workers

Members of Lebanese NGO Baytna Baytak Firas Minnawi, center, and Mario Suleiman, right, deliver an oxygen machine to COVID-19 patient in front of home so as to avoid infecting the staff in Beit Shebab, a mountain village 15 mile (24 km) north of Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021. The group of Lebanese activists are matching empty apartments and hotel rooms with nurses and doctors who are serving countless hours in the country’s hospitals overwhelmed with COVID patients and who need a place to rest without endangering their families or elderly parents.