Nearly six months after COVID-19 outbreaks devastated long-term care homes in Ontario, a second deadly wave has hit. Photo by Heiko119 /Getty Images/iStockphoto

In simple, chilling language, the personal support worker opens a curtain on what the COVID-19 pandemic has looked like from the front lines of devastated long-term care homes: Bodies of residents piling up, desperate staff shortages, fear.

“One after another of the residents started dying. I was scared to come back after a few days off, not knowing how many would be left. It is not right, so short staffed and bodies of the people I cared for piling up,” the PSW wrote in an email sent to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Doug Ford, among others, on Sept. 27.

Read the full article here on the Ottawa Sun