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Dr John Wright , Bradford Royal Infirmary, talks with two colleagues, not to the Home since the early days of the pandemic, to avoid the danger of carrying the infection to their families. It is said that she fears that the cases start to rise, because The Public , unlike the medical staff, seem to be eager to "move".
I Am so touched by The Personal Sacrifices that some of my colleagues have during the pandemic. Those with small children, to protect them from harm, such as evacuated to the countryside during the second World War . To reduce those who withdrew in the life of the hermit, The Risk of transmission from the working life.
the health care five-or six-time workers to be more frequently infected than the General Public , so you have a much higher risk of infection of others. Life as a civilian in A House with a medical worker can be bad for your health.
Becky Aird is a specialist respiratory nurse and acting ward sister on our busiest Covid-19, ward. Three months ago, before we had our first patient, she made to move, the difficult decision to protect the Home of your parents, your mother, the WOMAN
After the lockdown offered me the chance to you to The Hotel , in order to protect My Family , and I took it. That was 30 March. My mum is very poorly, she has secondary progressive MS, she is very independent, and both she and my father wanted me to stay Home ; she thought of ways we could live together, sure, But I knew it wouldn't be 100% sure. There was no way to eliminate The Risk for my mom. The only option was to eliminate me.Becky Aird with her mother and a young relative, pre-lockdown
at first I thought it was pretty cool in The Hotel - it was like a little vacation - But quickly subsided. I have a pretty small room. I have a travel fridge with me and it broke within The First week. It is just very lonely, and I mostly read. I have not seen My Friends , only a girl who was me a Care Package and she was standing at her door.
I was very excited when. I was the main nurse in charge, and it really shocked me, it was so a great thing to have, you fight to breath, and so sick. I cried when I came Back To The Hotel - I couldn't stop thinking about you. Asked them to promise me that you are going to die. Fortunately, she went on CPAP [noninvasive ventilation], and began to improve.
We Are still admitting patients on the Covid community and I don't see a lot of characters to stop it. Some People tell us They have the social distancing - you have with relatives, or to other houses. I definitely think it gets worse before it gets better, because I think People just think that it's over.
The sad fact is that there are nurses and doctors and medical staff to work in the PSA, work really hard for three months in such difficult conditions, and how I, the victim - not to see family and friends, not gives to all The Rules And Then there are People Out There who do. So, this is discouraging.
It is really sad. It's funny, because People love the NHS and clapped, and all the People that really cared. But then it's kind of People want to move on. I do not necessarily agree that we should be called heroes, But I think that might have forgotten all about it now.
I Am soon to leave, because soon I'm going to pay for three months in The Hotel , and the account [of the NHS] mounting is at the top. There is Nowhere Else I could stay, to be isolated, so I have to go Back Home - and the means to stop work on the Covid municipalities.
I would stay if I could. Don't get me wrong, there were some terrible things, But that's what I'm trained for. I have The Ability to help to make a difference and if life in The Hotel is the only way to do it, then I'm ready. I have no children. I don't have a partner. But I'm also very excited to be Home , on My Own bed with my parents again.
I will miss the Covid community. The Team is fantastic. Everyone is so pleasant and nice with each other, I think that is The Best thing. I've seen patients better and smack you with my favorite thing ever. I love that.Front-line-diary
Prof John Wright , a physician and epidemiologist, is head of the Bradford Institute for Health Research, and a veteran of cholera, HIV and Ebola epidemics in sub-Saharan Africa. He writes the diary for the Bbc News and the recording of The Hospital departments for BBC Radio.Kirsten Sellick, assistant doctor working in the intensive care unit
I was living with the family and it made more sense not to Live With them, as I Am high-risk, the interaction with patients, the really sick with coronavirus. The idea was for him to take Home to family is just too much.
I've been in the apartment for months now. I had a right to be insulated, and if my roommate had a positive test, so we were still in the apartment. That was really bad. There is a hospital is flat, so that The Window has a padlock on the lock and only opens less than an inch, so that my Fresh Air , leaned against The Window , trying to Breathe In the air.
It is sad, to work, to see that Young People are not as good as I would like, you. It is hard to explain to the members of the family - I'm trying to convey is that we do our best. But it is heart-speak-wrenching with you on The Phone .
Becky and Kirsten are the epitome of the devotion of the NHS front-line workers. This is what They are trained to ensure People and save lives. The work on the Covid "red" municipalities has to be one of the hardest jobs both physically and emotionally, and I'm worried about the impact on their physical and Mental Health , if They are separated from their usual support networks of loving family and friends.
We will have to work hard, to care for our carers.
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