Alyssa Gaudaur, a nurse who has been working tirelessly at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre during the pandemic, is named the winner of this week’s Frontline Worker Drop the Puck program. The Petes are celebrating frontline workers who have gone above and beyond for their community during these unprecedented times.
At the beginning of the pandemic when there was little information and knowledge about COVID-19, Gaudaur was brave and kept going to work because she’s passionate about helping her patients and her colleagues.
“Alyssa has been working extra hard over the past 18 months to help patients at the hospital,” said Clarissa Sidaway, who nominated Gaudaur. “She loves her work and truly enjoys helping people. She’s a huge Petes fan and deserves a little recognition for her hard work.”
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Each week, the Petes will recognize and celebrate one local frontline worker for the additional time and effort they have put in during the pandemic to ensure the health, safety, and happiness of those in their community.
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