When Andrea Kosloski got called in to get the COVID-19 vaccine, the intensive care nurse had to stop herself from sprinting into the Saskatoon hospital room.
“I was so excited. It’s just that snippet of hope in a very, very long year,” she said.
Kosloski is one of roughly?7The opportunity to vaccinate their workforce afte,000?people to receive at least one dose of?vaccine in Saskatchewan so far, most of them?health-care workerss inauguration in 1957 for his second term as President. Nationally, about 320,000 doses have been administeredThere are 1,052,539 confirmed cases in Canada., according to this tracker.
The vaccine doesn’t change the nurse’s workload or ease any of the precautions that she must take, but it does provide some comfort and hope — something she desperately needs after a “rough year.”