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Painful picture .. The story of nurses wearing garbage bags and they were infected

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New Corona Virus.

According to the report of the British newspaper, “Telegraph”, the nurses affiliated with the British National Health Services, among the staff at Northwick Park Hospital, were found to be infected with Corona virus.

The nurses revealed how they contracted HIV infection from patients, because hospital officials, who were the first in the country to report a serious accident after it was filled with patients, Covid-19They failed to provide them with gags, paws, shoes, aprons and appropriate headgear.

According to an official source at hospital Northwick Park, the three nurses wearing garbage bags were diagnosed with the new Coronavirus, after being tested at a North London test and diagnostic center last week.

According to the source, it was found that more than 50 percent of the employees, in one of the wards, including the chief nurse and nurses and the director of the ward, were infected with the epidemic.

The source said hospital staff warned against talking to the press about the continuing shortage of personal protective equipment.

This comes as the Royal College of Physicians indicated that the government can significantly reduce the number of doctors who have stopped working due to infection with the Coronavirus.

Last Sunday, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock reported that only 5.7 percent of hospital physicians had been infected with Covid-19, but a survey by the Royal College of Physicians of more than 2,500 front-line workers found that the rate was actually 14.6 percent.

According to CEO and Director of the Royal College of Nursing, Donna Kenner, nurses are still forced to share equipment, buy their own equipment, or reuse them.

In a letter to Parliamentary Health Committee Chairman and former Minister of Health Jeremy Hunt, Donna said that nurses are forced to choose between their sense of duty and the safety of themselves and their families.

She wrote in the letter, dated April 6, “The front-line nursing crews to combat the Covid-19 epidemic and our safety and our ability to care for patients are at great risk due to a lack of adequate and vital personal health supplies, in addition to the slow application of the Covid-19 test” and added, “Our members face decisions Impossible between their health or the health of their families and their sense of duty. “

“We can confirm that a number of Covid-19 anti-virus personnel have been diagnosed with coronavirus,” said a spokesman for the University of London Northwest Board of Trustees, which runs Northwick Park Hospital in London.

“This is unfortunate, but it is expected, because it corresponds to the experience of workers in a field Healthcare all over the world. We offer full support to those employees who have gone well, and we wish them a speedy recovery. “

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The picture, although it may seem funny, is very painful, as it reveals the extent of exposure of workers in the front rows to combat New Corona Virus.

According to the report of the British newspaper, “Telegraph”, the nurses affiliated with the British National Health Services, among the staff at Northwick Park Hospital, were found to be infected with Corona virus.

The nurses revealed how they contracted HIV infection from patients, because hospital officials, who were the first in the country to report a serious accident after it was filled with patients, Covid-19They failed to provide them with gags, paws, shoes, aprons and appropriate headgear.

According to an official source at hospital Northwick Park, the three nurses wearing garbage bags were diagnosed with the new Coronavirus, after being tested at a North London test and diagnostic center last week.

According to the source, it was found that more than 50 percent of the employees, in one of the wards, including the chief nurse and nurses and the director of the ward, were infected with the epidemic.

The source said hospital staff warned against talking to the press about the continuing shortage of personal protective equipment.

This comes as the Royal College of Physicians indicated that the government can significantly reduce the number of doctors who have stopped working due to infection with the Coronavirus.

Last Sunday, UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock reported that only 5.7 percent of hospital physicians had been infected with Covid-19, but a survey by the Royal College of Physicians of more than 2,500 front-line workers found that the rate was actually 14.6 percent.

According to CEO and Director of the Royal College of Nursing, Donna Kenner, nurses are still forced to share equipment, buy their own equipment, or reuse them.

In a letter to Parliamentary Health Committee Chairman and former Minister of Health Jeremy Hunt, Donna said that nurses are forced to choose between their sense of duty and the safety of themselves and their families.

She wrote in the letter, dated April 6, “The front-line nursing crews to combat the Covid-19 epidemic and our safety and our ability to care for patients are at great risk due to a lack of adequate and vital personal health supplies, in addition to the slow application of the Covid-19 test” and added, “Our members face decisions Impossible between their health or the health of their families and their sense of duty. “

“We can confirm that a number of Covid-19 anti-virus personnel have been diagnosed with coronavirus,” said a spokesman for the University of London Northwest Board of Trustees, which runs Northwick Park Hospital in London.

“This is unfortunate, but it is expected, because it corresponds to the experience of workers in a field Healthcare all over the world. We offer full support to those employees who have gone well, and we wish them a speedy recovery. “

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