Vaccination has begun to bring hope to front-line staff whose fear, exhaustion and despair have pushed them to their limits in recent months. Here’s how they’ve been coping over the past few weeks.
As British Columbians cope with the second wave of COVID-19, front-line medical staff chronicle their experiences during a long winter, with the hope and challenge of a vaccine having arrived.
The journal entries that follow recount their observations through November and December.
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