My heart goes out to all the healthcare workers in those hospitals, the doctors, nurses, assistants, clerical, food workers, sanitation, etc. They can't be thanked enough for all the hard work during this pandemic, long hours, threat to their health and that of their families, and being by the side of folks dying from this virus, alone, without the comfort of family and friends. They are so giving and selfless, and they keep on going to help those who are sick and dying from this new coronavirus.Missouri is having major surges....mostly confined to the lake/vacation areas, where large numbers of people are gathering with little regard for the dangers of this virus. The hospitals in those areas are being swamped.
I wish her well, she is certainly under severe stress and exhausted from all the overtime and serious cases. Bless her.Our oldest granddaughter is a pediatrics nurse in a hospital in a smaller town nearby. She is working many hours of overtime, as patients are being brought in from hospitals in the most affected parts of the State. She is having to help in the ICU increasingly. We are hoping that she survives this onslaught without getting ill, or too stressed out.
Thanks for this link. Bookmarked.Interesting information, state by state of COVID-19 cases, deaths. My state of Colorado is doing pretty well.