If you could work on a covid 19 ward would you?

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Would you work on a corona virus ward if you was offered the chance to? Why or why not?
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Adequate PPE is now being provided for in all hospitals. There’s no shortages.
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Yes
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(Original post by Greywolf.)
Yes
Why? What draws you towards it?
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What intrigues you in particular?

It’s severe work by the ways.
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Why? What draws you towards it?
The experience, knowing what it’s really like and the effort. I watched the hospital documentary about the royal free the other day though and that was awakening
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Yes, if I actually knew what to do.
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No.
I'm not a doctor, nurse, paramedic or care worker and have no desire to work a job that focuses upon daily treatment of patients with a highly infectious disease.
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No as I have no useable skills that would be beneficial in that type of work.
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to the people saying yes, are you actually insane..
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:lol: What makes you think we have a choice.

(Original post by Thecrazydoughnut)
Adequate PPE is now being provided for in all hospitals. There’s no shortages.
Yes, sure.

OP and other posters, feel free to read what the doctors are actually doing on this thread: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6399602
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to the people saying yes, are you actually insane..
they're not insane. they're just liars, lol.
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yes
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I was literally just referring to your "proper PPE was provided" comment. :lol:

and you're very welcome
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If they paid me, sure. A full PPE kit would be appreciated too.
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(Original post by ANM775)
to the people saying yes, are you actually insane..
No I am not insane to currently work in a covid ward.

It’s been a challenge but we’re getting there.
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(Original post by ANM775)
to the people saying yes, are you actually insane..
No more so than people who elect to work in the armed forces, oil rigs, security work and so on?
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(Original post by ANM775)
to the people saying yes, are you actually insane..
(Original post by Ciel.)
they're not insane. they're just liars, lol.
No, I for one genuinely would want to
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no, i don’t think the PPE provided in the UK is sufficient. if i was a nurse maybe i’d say yes regardless, but i’ve not signed up to save others lives before my own. it should be to the calibre of south korea, italy and bangladesh at least
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I already do, but I’d rather not and be able to visit my vulnerable family members. It is lonely and mentally/emotionally exhausting.
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