Covid: ‘I used to like coming to work however it’s so scary’


An intensive care nurse has stated her unit is so overwhelmed with Covid-19 sufferers it’s unable to offer standard ranges of care.

There are 42 individuals in intensive care on the Norfolk and Norwich College Hospital, in comparison with a standard capability of 20 earlier than the pandemic, and that quantity is to be quadrupled to 80 in coming weeks.

The hospital is at present treating about 200 sufferers with coronavirus from throughout the East of England together with Essex and in addition from London, and the unit can also be taking in different intensive care sufferers from Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.

Workers concern the height is not going to be seen for one more two to 3 weeks.

Nurse Jade Dennis stated: “I used to like coming into work however it’s simply so scary for the time being. Driving in, you simply do not know what you are coming in to.”

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