‘It’s brutal’: Charlotte health care workers open up about the 2-year toll of COVID

By Hannah Smoot, The Charlotte Observer


On one particularly hard day in the past year, Atrium Health respiratory therapist Stacy Wilson frantically worked to set up a video call for a 22-year-old man, hospitalized with COVID-19.

“He was so ill and all he wanted was to speak to his mother, to see his mother before he goes on the ventilator,” she said. He was able to speak with his mom over the phone, but Wilson said they weren’t able to get the video running in time because he was declining so quickly.

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