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In this Oct. 27, 2020, photo, is Katie Janus, the charge nurse of the COVID floor at Benefis Health System in Great Falls, Mont. "It's basically indescribable until you are in it," she said of working there. She says she tries to lead by example and remain positive even though she's seen more death in the past three months than she has seen in her two-year nursing career. She says the COVID deaths have some nurses wondering how long they can continue in their career. Janus says she helps them get through it by focusing on the patients who are able to recover and go home. (Karl Puckett/The Great Falls Tribune via AP)

In this Oct. 27, 2020, photo, is Katie Janus, the charge nurse of the COVID floor at Benefis Health System in Great Falls, Mont. "It's basically indescribable until you are in it," she said of working there. She says she tries to lead by example and remain positive even though she's seen more death in the past three months than she has seen in her two-year nursing career. She says the COVID deaths have some nurses wondering how long they can continue in their career. Janus says she helps them get through it by focusing on the patients who are able to recover and go home. (Karl Puckett/The Great Falls Tribune via AP)

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