Even right now when most people are stuck at home in self-quarantine nurses and doctors are out doing their jobs. They are still pushing through and taking care of those who need to be taken care of.
While going to work during all of this might not sound like much to most, it’s a big deal to those who are working closely with people who are in bad health or potentially carrying this novel coronavirus. These men and women are doing all they can for everyone else and taking precautions to make sure nothing is transmitted to those most at risk within hospitals and other places across the globe. That in itself is no easy feat.
While many of these nurses and doctors would rather be at home with their families during this pandemic, many are pulling double shifts and hardly getting any rest. If you are a nurse or someone in the healthcare industry, thank you so much for all you do. You are some of the most important people in the world and without you, we would not be able to survive.
Not all heroes wear capes and honestly, right now our biggest heroes are wearing gloves, masks, and scrubs. Nurses are out there on the front lines fighting this virus as best they can, and we should as the public let them know how much that means to each and every one of us. These men and women are brave enough to go do what they have to do and know that if they don’t go into work to do their part, people will suffer.
Without these doctors, nurses, and other medical professors our families would be falling apart. More people would be dying and we would all be much worse off. Not only are they facing this pandemic, but they are also carrying out regular services as well. They are caring for new mothers, seeing cancer patients, and so much more.
While on your average day these people have a lot on their plate but this virus has intensified things tenfold. Sure, they’re still getting paychecks, but they’re not making anywhere near enough considering all that they’re doing. These people who are caring for all of us during this time need our support and our words of encouragement.
I for one am beyond grateful for all the men and women in my local hospitals keeping things going during all of this chaos. While on your average day we might think of what they do as any other job, but they’re saving lives and that’s not something that changes at any point in time. Whether we’re in the middle of a pandemic or not they deserve some praise.
Whether you’re a nurse or doctor here in the US, China, or any other country you are making a difference and we need you. We love you and we believe in you. You are so much stronger than you realize.