NHS LONDON ICU NURSE SAYS ‘OUR GOVERNMENT FAILED US’
An ICU nurse at an NHS London hospital has stated “our Authorities failed us”, because the capital’s mayor Sadiq Khan declared a “main incident” throughout the town within the face of hovering Covid-19 circumstances.
Ameera Sheikh, 28, a Unite union consultant and ICU nurse, stated that throughout the nation a few of her colleagues “are so burnt out that they cannot eat”.
She instructed the PA information company: “Some (sufferers) are brazenly admitting that they are breaking the principles, some persons are simply giving some imprecise responses. That is being instructed to me by mates who work within the emergency division, not solely in London however throughout the UK.
“Throughout and after the primary wave, a variety of workers had handed of their resignation, and that is throughout many hospitals within the UK. Lots of people have been nearly coping within the first wave -because of the way in which that they have been handled, due to what they noticed, the trauma, and never being supported properly sufficient by administration – they left.
“So now we’re seeing an enormous surge, being within the second wave, and it is worse than the primary wave. It is so aggravating, my colleagues aren’t coping very properly. A few of them are so burnt out that they cannot eat, they cannot sleep, they cannot carry themselves to come back into work. How has our Authorities failed us, and had all these months to arrange?”