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Retired Nurse Reflects on Pandemic with Missouri on Mic: 'Somehow, We Got Through One of the Greatest Ordeals I've Lived Through'

Retired Nurse Reflects on Pandemic with Missouri on Mic: 'Somehow, We Got Through One of the Greatest Ordeals I've Lived Through'

Susan Good is a retired nurse who spent most of her career and the beginning of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic working in Tacoma, Washington.

'With the Delta Variant, We Became a Hotspot, But Very Shortly Thereafter, Everybody Else Became a Hotspot.'

'With the Delta Variant, We Became a Hotspot, But Very Shortly Thereafter, Everybody Else Became a Hotspot.'

Dr. Saima Memon is the Medical Director of the Critical Care Department for Mercy Hospital in Joplin, as well the medical director for Respiratory Therapy.

Nursing Through the Pandemic Has 'Really Made a Bigger Place Seem Smaller'

Nursing Through the Pandemic Has 'Really Made a Bigger Place Seem Smaller'

Kennedi Barker is a public health nurse for Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services.

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