The group is called Idaho – Adopt a Healthcare/Frontline Worker, and it’s a way to let those who have battled COVID-19 for the past year know you care.
BOISE, Idaho — The last year has been extremely difficult for healthcare and frontline workers across Idaho due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s been a rough year,” said Christy Bennett, a nursing supervisor for Family Medical Residency of Idaho.
Bennett is just one of the thousands of healthcare workers who have been treating COVID-19 patients for months.
“We’ve all been worried about having enough PPE, not having enough staffing,” she said. “Just