FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) -- It doesn't matter who you ask, the last year has been a challenge mentally, physically and emotionally.
Health care workers have seen the heartbreaks COVID-19 has caused firsthand, and have continued to work under the most difficult circumstances.
Allen County Health Commissioner Dr. Matthew Sutter took over the job for Dr. Deborah McMahan, who retired shortly after that initial announcement, says it has been a big learning experience for everyone.
"One of the things we've really learned about is simple cloth masks," Sutter says. "They're no perfect but boy as cheap and easy as they are to use they've been tremendously effective."
Health care workers like Keith Enterline, it's been an everyday sacrifice to care for those coming into the hospitals.
"That's been my driving force," Enterline says. "Rest assured you are getting the very best care."