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PARIS — Healthcare workers are true warriors. This year has been extremely tough with the knowns and unknowns and COVID-19 topped by unusual winter weather.
Dinah Brush of McKenzie is one of the many healthcare workers who go beyond the call of duty.
Inclement weather affects many businesses, creates travel problems and even shortages in staffing.
“I’m a respiratory therapist (RT) at Henry County Medical Center and work 12 hour shifts. Currently, I am on day shift.
“When winter weather begins to threaten, plans are immediately set in place for healthcare workers like me. Calls and texts go out to employees offering rooms to stay prior to the weather hitting and for subsequent nights once the weather has hit.
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