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CORONAVIRUS STAY AT HOME FOR US

STAY AT HOME FOR US WE ARE AT THE HOSPITAL WORKING:

We are at the hospital Intensive Care Unit, looking after Coronavirus patients.  We have a duty of care at hands right now, and we understand it is not easy to make a change of a lifestyle overnight.  Still, it is achievable to stay healthy and alive and not infected or spreading the virus further, meaning more work for us if it continues to spread.  We are caring for and treating Coronavirus patients face-face, and it is real.

EVERYONE HAVE A DUTY OF CARE AND RESPONSIBILITY

The government knows everyone needs to eat and meet social amenities and so they are on it.  Above all else, avoid droplets at all cost.  Cover your food and drinks wherever you may be as nobody knows when anyone will sneeze or cough, cook your food in your kitchen and take responsibility.  Wash your hands regularly after touching anything unclean.  Be careful touching the door handles, if sharing a flat or a home.  Whatever you consider vulnerable.  Do not touch your eyes, face, mouth. Avoid eating anything without first wash your hands.  Moisturise your hands after washing your hands, because hands get dry quickly.

Moreover, eat well, and exercise in your flat or gardens and that will be healthy.  The Coronavirus phase will pass in due course.  We are busy and have put this piece of health promotion and education together for everyone, during interval breaks.

KEEP YOUR PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING INTACT

Don’t worry about anything, and we are on it for everyone.  Please, pray for Nurses and Doctors at this time.  Some of us will get infected and who knows how many will survive.  Some of us have young children, husbands, wives, friends and parents too.  However, this is our vacation rather a job, and we have our duty of care under control for everyone.  After all, a soldier goes to war, not knowing what the future holds, yet they represent and protect us.  It is time for genuine dedication, compassion, empathy and commitment.  Above all else, we believe that we can achieve victory if you, the government and healthcare professionals, work together.

OUR VOCATION AND HIPPOCRATIC OATH

This Coronavirus is Doctors and Nurses callings, and we are happy to sacrifice everything within our power to keep everyone safe and alive. Please help us to stay at home.  Thank you.
 
If you suspect high temperature, muscular ache, dry cough, fever, shortness of breath call your Doctor who will advise you further on the next step or ring NHS direct on 111.  There is a link attached to this article.  Please do not go to your doctor or GP Surgery.  If you think that you may have come in contact with an infected person or need self-isolation, please follow the NHS guidance.  We love the world, and we love you.  We appreciate it is not easy to stay at home and not knowing when it will end, and it is a new lifestyle for everyone, we hope by God’s willing, our Scientists will find answers and solutions to Coronavirus.  Be brave and stay safe for us.  THANK YOU!
TOGETHER WE DEFEAT CORONAVIRUS HUMANITAS FELICITAS

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