“Health-care workers, under any circumstances, live in the thick of death, stress, and trauma. ‘You go in knowing those are the things you’ll see,’ Cassandra Werry, an ICU nurse currently working in Idaho, told me. ‘Not everyone pulls through, but at the end of the day, the point is to get people better. You strive for those wins.’ COVID-19 has upset that balance, confronting even experienced people with the worst conditions they have ever faced and turning difficult jobs into unbearable ones.” Ed Yong in The Atlantic: Why Health-Care Workers Are Quitting in Droves “About one in five health-care workers has left medicine since the pandemic started.”