As the number of COVID-19 cases in Sequoyah County continues to climb on a daily basis, the pandemic has forced us change the way we do things on an individual basis, but it has also forced medical professionals and other health care providers into those changes as well.
Even in normal times, doctors and nurses play a heroic role in saving lives.
Youth deer hunters have a unique opportunity to participate in one of eight bonus antlerless deer hunts that will take place on private land in:
Pictured from Sequoyah Manor are; Billie, Jackie, Natalie, Rhonda, Courtney, Matt, Sindy, Patty, Kitty, Shanna, Flo, JoLynn, Brian, Amanda, Doris, Victoria and Jenny.
"It’s been a long four months of 2020, and the truth is we don’t know what the next four months will look like. The impact of COVID-19 is being seen everywhere, especially in elderly populations. Whether you or a loved one lives at home or in a nursing home, it’s a stressful time filled with uncertainty. Keeping patients, staff and their loved ones safe is our most important goal. We are doing this by hand washing, routine cleaning of equipment and the patient’s home, and reducing the risk of transmitting pathogens these things come as second nature to home health workers. Our staff also know to socially distance themselves in other aspects of their lives to prioritize patient safety."