Health care heroes

Frontline workers share their personal COVID-19 stories.
ICU nurse Courtney Kotewa was pregnant at the beginning of the pandemic, which created added fear as she continued to work. Photo by Bryan Esler

Editor’s note: This is an introduction to a nine-part series on local health care workers.

What was it like to live on the front lines this past year? Doctors, nurses and hospital staff share their personal stories and the moments that changed their lives.

Click on the links below to read about the trials and tribulations of being a health care worker during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Through the looking glass

Manning the ‘front door’

A hand to hold

A first-time mother’s working worries

The last goodbye

Family matters

The toll of a high death count

Staffing shortages add challenges

Frontline medicine

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