A UVM Nurse Chronicles Anxiety, Sadness And Hope As COVID-19 Grips Vermont
For one nurse at UVM Medical Center, the last few weeks have been filled with anger and sadness, but also hope. We’ll hear an audio diary she submitted to Brave Little State. Plus, Gov. Scott tells Vermonters to brace for the worst of the pandemic, the state reaches out to elder care facilities, and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who’s still running for president, turns his attention to the COVID-19 crisis.
Correction 11:45 a.m. 4/7/2020: In this episode, we said the Vermont Senate would be returning to Montpelier on Tuesday to take up a remote voting bill. That vote is actually scheduled for Wednesday, April 8.
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