Todd contributes his ability to keep working during this troubling time to his fellow community members. He feels privileged to be able to help the people in his community. He takes the time to make sure they are doing well and comforts them with kind words and deeds.
"Patients express their feelings of appreciation, and it is empowering. When they receive their boxes of food and water, they always say, 'thank you, for coming out and helping us.' It is good to hear because we work many hours to make sure everyone is safe. Our job is to be there for the people in need."
No matter where he goes, Todd continues to provide COVID-19 preventive behavior practices to help stop the spread. He also likes to emphasize respect for others and oneself; it can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection. He urges everyone to stay 6 feet away from others, wear a face covering when in public, and wash your hands with soap and water. These simple behaviors can help in bringing down COVID-19 cases in the Navajo Nation.