As Kentucky and surrounding states continue to reopen, it is tempting to jump back into many of our pre-pandemic routines. While we are all excited to do some of the things we enjoy again, it is important to be thoughtful about what we are choosing to do and patient when we do it. Considering how risky each activity is will be important when weighing your options.
MLB player thanks UofL Hospital employees with free lunch
UofL Hospital employees received a home run of a donation Thursday afternoon. L.A. Dodgers catcher Will Smith donated 100 lunches to employees who work with COVID-19 patients. Will is from Louisville and played baseball at the University of Louisville. He said he donated the food because he wanted to give back to health care heroes in his hometown.
Will visited with some of our emergency room employees and spent a few minutes talking with Dr. Jason Smith, chief medical officer for UofL Health.
While he didn’t give us any inside scoop on what this baseball season could look like, he said he’s excited to get back to work.