Suffolk University Houses Medical Workers During Pandemic

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Suffolk University Houses Medical Workers During Pandemic

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In this article, written by Caroline Enos from Suffolk University, it states how Suffolk was willing to open its arms to the medical workers in the area. This article really resonates with me because these are the same rooms that I lived in as a freshman, and now they are being gifted to medical workers. These 30 staff members who are working at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, are scared to go home to their families in hopes they would not get them sick. This article is definitely something of interest for future historians because it shows parts of the Boston community coming together to help each other and stay safe in the midst of a deadly virus. The story also resonates with members of my generation because we are seeing our University step up and give back to our community.

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This is a text article that was written in the Suffolk Journal.

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This item was submitted on December 15, 2020 by Victoria Milotte using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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