The additions to Eleanor's uniform. Face mask, safety specs and gloves.
Better to be safe than sorry.
Eleanor works in a laboratory in a private hospital. All private treatment in the hospital is now on hold and instead, they're taking NHS neurology and orthopaedic patients, though some of them have suspected coronavirus. They're not nursing these patients on the wards, instead, once these patients are identified, they're being transferred back to a nearby NHS hospital to be treated on the coronavirus wards, but obviously, staff have to wear protective equipment in case it turns out that these patients do have the virus.
There's plenty of work in the labs for Eleanor to be kept busy at the moment but all staff have been told that they'll be redeployed onto the wards to be trained and work as healthcare assistants if there isn't enough work in their own departments. It's all hands on deck. Eleanor says she's quite happy to do that, she'd rather be busy than sat twiddling her thumbs.
Brave lady, such important work, all done as best as they can, we do now understand how hard they work, how much they care, we are lucky to have them.ReplyDelete
Stay safe, Eleanor! And thanks for all you're doing. 💕ReplyDelete
Our NHS Heroes are very brave putting their health on the line to help us. Take care, Eleanor I shall be out clapping and cheering for you and all the NHS staff on Thursday evening. Much love, Jane xReplyDelete
It certainly seems to be all hands on deck at the moment.ReplyDelete
I think all those who help to look after us need to be applauded.
All the best Jan
Good for her. I've the greatest admiration for all hospital workers, whatever they do, especially at present. xxReplyDelete
Well done Eleanor, stay safe. I had urgent surgery last week and I am full of admiration for our wonderful NHS staff. We are lucky to have such dedicated people caring for us xReplyDelete
I am clapping for all our NHS and key workers whatever their role. Well done.ReplyDelete
Well done Eleanor, I do admire all our key workers, they are all so very brave.xxxReplyDelete
A wonderful young lady your daughter is.ReplyDelete
Take care Eleanor (and you and the family Jo)
Very fetching, but oh so necessary for Eleanor to stay safe. Such vital workers & we need them. Take care, stay safe & huggles.ReplyDelete
Well done Elanore. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thank Eleanor for all she is doing.ReplyDelete
Eleanor is doing important work in the laboratory and making an invaluable contribution as a key health worker. Eleanor, her friends and colleagues are appreciated and we applaud them.ReplyDelete
Little did Eleanor think she'd be faced with all this when she happily started her job a few months ago. Keep safe and take care.ReplyDelete
She and all her colleagues are doing an amazing job. I hope she continues to feel safe whatever roles is asked of her.ReplyDelete
Gosh what a daunting prospect for Eleanor, very brave lady xcxReplyDelete