Lockdown Stay At Home

Lockdown Stay At Home message
England Lockdown Stay At Home

Recent post from the Worthing-Wide COVID-19 Facebook support group supporting the Lockdown Stay At Home message

Poster’s name has been redacted on this page

I work in Beacon Ward (COVID ward) in Worthing hospital, with the most hard-working, supportive, caring team, and I’m so lucky to have such supportive management that are always there if you need them.

I see a lot of fake news on social media about hospitals being empty; this is not the case. Each day the numbers are rising, everyday the staff are feeling the pressures of the workload, with not enough staff to cover this load and staff being moved to other red wards to help out.

We have had staff cry, we have had staff getting pressure sores from PPE, we have staff off sick with COVID, this is no joke.

We are constantly on the go from the moment we walk into work till the moment we go home , and even when we finish shift it’s sometimes hard to switch off.

Every staff member is literally working their butts off and delivering the best possible care to your loved ones.

We are facing a challenging and an emotional time, so I please ask that everyone stays home and stays safe, let’s stop the spread of this awful virus, together we will get through this.

And to my brilliant work team keep being amazing!!

We’ve got this!

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