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A Year of COVID

PeaceHealth chaplain has supported patients, families staff during pandemic

June 7, 2021, 6:05am Clark County Health

Editor’s Note: Marci Rau is a chaplain at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver. Since March 2020, Rau has provided chaplaincy to PeaceHealth’s patients, including COVID-19 patients. As of Thursday… Read story

Vancouver woman’s journey from addiction included challenges due to COVID

April 15, 2021, 6:04am Clark County Health

I experienced a lot of abuse growing up, a lot of sexual, emotional, physical — all types of abuse you could experience. I grew up with an abusive father. My… Read story

Daniel Salazar Mollinedo, patient care coordinator at the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington, walks through the front door of the building after putting his mask on.

Free Clinic of Southwest Washington employee helps Latino community navigate health care

Daniel Salazar Mollinedo, patient care coordinator at the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington, walks through the front door of the building after putting his mask on.

March 24, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Health

Ever since I can remember, I've wanted to become a physician. I've always had an interest in medicine. Read story

Vancouver resident David Mucci pauses for a portrait at his home, as seen through a beaded curtain. Mucci, an interior designer, contracted COVID-19 in December and still struggles with some symptoms. Also pictured are his cats, Colette, 9, left, and Oscar, 7, foreground.

Vancouver interior designer, a coronavirus ‘long-hauler,’ reflects on experience

Vancouver resident David Mucci pauses for a portrait at his home, as seen through a beaded curtain. Mucci, an interior designer, contracted COVID-19 in December and still struggles with some symptoms. Also pictured are his cats, Colette, 9, left, and Oscar, 7, foreground.

March 17, 2021, 6:02am Business

I want to say it was March 16, or whenever that first big lockdown happened. I was on my way out the door and got an email. Work things started canceling. Personal appointments and stuff like that. I had five projects lined up. One was in process. Overnight, four canceled.… Read story

Melissa Pond, who works in COVID-19 response for Clark County Public Health, pauses for a portrait outside Public Health&#039;s building in Vancouver. Pond lost an uncle to the virus and also contracted it herself in the fall.

Clark County Public Health worker is at forefront of COVID-19 response

Melissa Pond, who works in COVID-19 response for Clark County Public Health, pauses for a portrait outside Public Health&#039;s building in Vancouver. Pond lost an uncle to the virus and also contracted it herself in the fall.

March 10, 2021, 6:05am Clark County Health

The first few weeks of the pandemic, cases were just trickling in. I thought, “Maybe it’s not going to be this big thing.” Read story

Pastor Damion Young, who contracted COVID-19 and still struggles with symptoms, poses for a portrait at his Vancouver apartment complex. Young worked as an Amazon truck driver, but has struggled to return to work because of long-term symptoms from COVID-19.

Vancouver Pastor Damion Young describes his long-haul struggles with COVID-19

Pastor Damion Young, who contracted COVID-19 and still struggles with symptoms, poses for a portrait at his Vancouver apartment complex. Young worked as an Amazon truck driver, but has struggled to return to work because of long-term symptoms from COVID-19.

March 7, 2021, 6:03am Churches & Religion

I was at work on Jan. 8, and I was coming down three flights of steps, and I just felt dizzy. I just felt like I couldn’t go anymore, and I didn’t understand why I felt that way. Read story

Washington State University student Ashley Dumont, 21, has made multiple emergency room trips because of complications from COVID-19.

Ashley Dumont, 21, has severe symptoms 6 months after coronavirus: ‘I have no control over my body’

Washington State University student Ashley Dumont, 21, has made multiple emergency room trips because of complications from COVID-19.

January 6, 2021, 6:04am Clark County Health

I just want to feel like a normal 21-year-old again. Read story