When SARS hit, more than half the population was wiped out on this particular reserve.
I fear they are going to be decimated.The Score: 0
Everyday, I hope that I don’t spread COVID-19 to the people in my household.
We may not have time to put on proper PPE.The Score: 0
We’re ready for life to start going back to normal.
It’s all the media ever seems to talk about.The Score: 0
They said that they were no longer heroes because they weren’t working with COVID patients
Hats off to my teamThe Score: 0
I’ve been experiencing a kaleidoscope of emotions at work.
Small positives make hope more tangible.The Score: 0
I have also been able to use this time to prioritize my mental health
We have a long way to goThe Score: 0
I’m wearing scrubs now for the first time in my career.
Nothing is like it used to be.The Score: 0
One important lesson learned during COVID is that it emphasized how important the transdisciplinary approach really is
Day by day she got strongerThe Score: 0
It's tough balancing not wanting to give false hope with not wanting to give false hopelessness.
I called her everyday with an updateThe Score: 0
When I met him in the ER, he reached out his hand to me - I couldn’t shake it
Disease is familiar but the care is foreignThe Score: 0
I’m grateful that this experience has reminded me to prioritize what is truly important.
Day-to-day life became full of restrictionsThe Score: 0