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Being a new nurse can be intimidating, but working as a new nurse in the middle of a global pandemic was overwhelming, to say the least. It is difficult to completely capture the impact of COVID and the effects it had, and continues to have, on the patients and families I work with on a daily basis. Away from work, I spend my time taking care of my mom, who is immunocompromised due to multiple sclerosis. However, I was so relieved to see vaccine approval and distribution.
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