Fatigue, exhaustion, the cost to medicine when people decide to leave their professions because of the impact of COVID-19. Burnout is real. We ask the vaccine hesitant people to re-consider. We know the vaccinations stop serious COVID-19; we know there are the break-through’s but a little altruism is called for now; our healthcare professionals deserve consideration. Why take the risk of having more COVID-19 infections based on people who are called the anti-vaxxers. Listen to link from Reuters: a young nurse distraught about reality of Delta on young people admitted intubation (Intensive Care) where she works.

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Eric Feigl-Ding retweeted.

Undoubtedly a concern in US but should be in all other countries too. 
Eric Feigl-Ding Retweeted WesElyMD @WesElyMD · 1/ Leading #COVID19 ICU Doctor @DavidJanz5 in New Orleans, the epicenter of U.S. #DeltaVariant surge, testified before US Senate Committee on Health, Education & Labor. Here is what he said: “Studies of #FrontLine workers caring for COVID-19 patients have shown…

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The write is a person who got breast cancer and has had multimorbidities including a period of 6 long years with serious impact of chronic fatigue.  Fatigue is so debilitating and our hearts must rest with the carers, the nurses, doctors, consultants, radiographers, physiotherapists and all of those people who have been and are under massive pressure that could create a long term of ill-health.  People forget that Nurse Nightingale after her total commitment during the Crimea war got chronic fatigue and was debilitated for years.


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