April usually brings spring showers, flowers, and allergies.
When the weather began to change about two weeks ago, Shonta McFayden thought she was experiencing one of her invasive allergy attacks.
“Maybe all this rain is picking up all this dust and dirt in the air. So maybe it's not really nothing too serious,” McFayden said
It proved to be something more serious. McFayden was on her second shift at Strong Memorial Hospital when she received a call from the employee health nurse. Her test results showed that she had COVID-19.