With the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the need for radiologic procedures is increasing for the effective diagnosis and follow-up of pulmonary diseases . There is an immense load on the radiographers ’ shoulders to cope with all the challenges associated with the pandemic . However, amidst this crisis, Lebanese radiographers are also suffering from a socioeconomic crisis and record hyperinflation that have posed additional challenges . A cross-sectional study was conducted among registered Lebanese radiographers to assess the general, workplace conditions, health and safety, mental/psychologic, financial, and skill/knowledge development impacts . Despite applying an adapted safety protocol, institutions are neither providing free RT-PCR testing to their staff nor showing adequate support for infected staff members, thus causing distress about contracting the virus from the workplace . Aggravated by the deteriorating economic situation that affected the radiographers financially, they additionally suffer from severe occupational physical and mental burnout . Regardless of that, they used their free time during the lockdown for skill/knowledge development and have performed many recreational activities . This cross-sectional study highlighted the different ways the pandemic has impacted the radiographers: physically, psychologically, and financially . It aimed to shed light on what these frontline heroes are passing through in the midst of all these unprecedented crises.