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After more than a year of working longer work hours, dealing with higher stress levels, quarantining and the constant worry of carrying the coronavirus home with them, Medical Arts Hospital (MED) staff are now facing unexpected effects of the post-pandemic. With fewer reported new cases and more people getting inoculated against COVID-19, staff members are now asking themselves: “What do we do now?” Dawson County Hospital District (DCHD) board members were informed about effects to staff during their monthly board meeting on Thursday. Some of those workers are pondering whether the medical field is for them, hospital officials said. Some even wonder if ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

P.O. Box 710
Lamesa, TX 79331