COME AND SPEND A DAY IN MY LIFE ...
On the 5th April (2020) I copied a post from my colleague with whom I worked for over 5 years in critical care at Royal Papworth Hospital. What she has to say is poignant and every bit as relevant regarding the general consensus of this virus.
EVERYONE TAKE NOTE
Reading all these post from people that look old enough to know better, with their 'stay at home ' strip on their profile pictures trying to justify why they can flout the rules, go out to shop in groups or have people over.
What are these idiots not understanding? The country's is struggling. Yesterday we had over 700 deaths, yet some people think it won't effect them and if it does they will blame everyone else. Come and spend a day in my life, come to work in critical care, wear these horrible tight fitting mask and everything that comes with it, having to reuse your disposable PPE because there isnt enough, see the young and old that are very poorly form this terrible virus (knowing only time will tell who will be lucky to wake up), showering before you go home to protect your babies and loved ones, and tell me it's an over reaction, tell me you don't feel a prized fool for thinking the media is over hyping it. 🤬🤬🤬 Charlie Pullen RN - Royal Papworth Hospital
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