Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Hospital chaplains adjust to a new normal

From Shelia Poole at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

In normal times, Jackson-Jordan, chaplain of Emory Decatur Hospital, would pray side by side with sick patients or with grieving family members, clasp their hands, wipe tears, and be a voice of solace.

But in the wake of a global pandemic, there is no normal for hospital chaplains like Jackson-Jordan, who are having to adjust to new ways of ministering to isolated, vulnerable and, sometimes, scared patients and their family members, as well as swelling ranks of medical personnel who are traumatized by a stealth enemy — COVID-19.

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