Frontline health care workers see light at end of tunnel with vaccines

Frontline health care workers see light at end of tunnel with vaccines

CHARLOTTE — More than 1.7 million doses have been administered in North Carolina, and more than a half-million people are fully vaccinated.

Each one of those vaccines has made an impact, not only on the community’s overall health but also on the well-being of front line health care workers.

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For those workers, the weight is starting to lift one shot at a time after nearly a year of the stress of battling the virus day in and day out.

“Every vaccine, I felt like, was the light at the end of the tunnel come in closer to us and another step closer to it being over with,” said Monica Watts, Levine nurse manager.

In the video at the top of this webpage, nurses told Channel 9′s DaShawn Brown how much their mood has changed since the vaccine distribution started.

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