By Travis Volz
To call 2020 a difficult year for healthcare workers would be an understatement, but just before the end of the year, hope arrived in the form of a COVID vaccine.
The first doses of the vaccine were administered at Washington County Hospital last week, finally giving frontline health professionals some good news in the ongoing pandemic.
Dr. Ginger Fewell was among the first providers to receive the vaccine last Wednesday. For her, it felt like a light at the end of the tunnel.
“It’s been a difficult year, but I’m relieved that we have a vaccine available,” she said.
Though it has been a tough year for everyone in the medical profession, Dr. Fewell says that everyone at the hospital performed admirably under the circumstances.
“Everybody in every department came together,” Dr. Fewell said. “People showed up even when it was hard, I think out of a sense of duty.”
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