L'infermiera che ha visto suo padre combattere contro Covid nella sua terapia intensiva vuole che le persone sappiano che il virus è reale

Un'infermiera lancia l'allarme sul motivo per cui le persone dovrebbero ancora preoccuparsi della pandemia in corso dopo che suo padre è finito nell'unità di terapia intensiva con Covid-19.

Bridget Otto, un'infermiera a Iowa City, Iowa, has been caring for Covid-19 patients since March. When her own father got sick at the end of September and spent weeks in the ICU, the pandemic became even more personal.
He was an active farmer, and he was climbing up and down grain bins and out of equipment to ‘I can’t move my hands and legs,'” lei told CNN affiliate KCCI. “And it’s just a result of being on a ventilator for four weeks, sedated and paralyzed and not moving.
Adesso, he’s still on oxygen support, but he’s recovering steadily, Otto said. But that’s not the case for all of her patients.
    I just want people to know that there is a real, true suffering out there and it is a direct result of this virus,” Otto said. “It’s not ‘ifyou’ll be affected someday, it’s ‘when.'
    Otto's father.

    Attraverso il paese, as cases of Covid-19 surge in almost every state, some people are not taking the virus seriously. But Otto said she and other nurses see the damage the virus causes in the ICU every day.
    A lot of people don’t see what we see, or don’t believe it,” lei disse. “We don’t really have a choice to believe it or not in our ICU since we see it.
    And as many Americans gear up for holiday travelagainst the recommendations of many public health expertsshe said she’s staying home this year.
    I don’t want to miss out on holidays either,” Otto said, “but I’m going to. It’s the right thing to do.
      Più di 250,000 people in the US have been killed by Covid-19, and experts say it’s only going to get worse, especially as the holiday season approaches.
      Some physicians have already predicted un “unprecedented surge of Covid-19 cases in the US after Thanksgiving, as people travel to see family.

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