As the number of people testing positive for coronavirus is skyrocketing around the globe, with more than 35K confirmed in the US alone, tragic milestones are hit daily. Death tolls in Italy have reached 5,476, while Spain has been hit with 1,813 losses. It’s now clear that curbing the pandemic will take a full-blown battle.

And medical workers are now fighting on the front line. The heartbreaking pictures below serve as living proof of what’s happening behind the emergency doors. From eternal shifts that leave their faces severely bruised to working without proper equipment and risking lives—the sacrifice is overwhelming. While you scroll through the pictures, take a moment to think about these heroes and thank them.

#1

Face After 13 Hours ICU Work

Face After 13 Hours ICU Work

"I don't love selfies.
Yesterday, though, I took this photo. After 13 hours in ICU.
I am not a hero. I am a normal person"

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Whit Christensen
Community Member
1 year ago

Hats off to you! Stay safe!

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#2

Nurse After Hours Of Work In Intensive Care

Nurse After Hours Of Work In Intensive Care

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Hermione Granger
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1 year ago

Keep that positive attitude! You are amazing!

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#3

I’ve Been A Critical Care Nurse For 13 Years, And I’ve Never Seen Anything Like What Is Happening Now In Our Healthcare System. It Is Beyond Overwhelming

I’ve Been A Critical Care Nurse For 13 Years, And I’ve Never Seen Anything Like What Is Happening Now In Our Healthcare System. It Is Beyond Overwhelming

"Not only are all of us fighting to survive the contagion itself, we are fighting for protection from an industry that failed to adequately prepare us for this pandemic. Everyone is scrambling. Our skills and expertise are being put to the test in every way imaginable right now. And it’s only just getting started."

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you...God Bless You

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These images stand as powerful reminders of the health crisis we are in right now. Dr. Anna Yaffee, a director of Global Health at Emory University, believes that sharing them is particularly important. “Sharing the images reinforces the point that there are people out there who are working tirelessly around the clock to provide lifesaving supportive care to those who are sick,” she commented.

But what makes frontline workers’ job particularly difficult is the shortage of protective supplies and hospital equipment. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio stated on Sunday that the city is “about 10 days away from seeing widespread shortages. If we don't get more ventilators, people will die."

#4

Faces Of Medical Workers After A Long Shift Of Treating Coronavirus Patients - A Czech Doctor

Faces Of Medical Workers After A Long Shift Of Treating Coronavirus Patients - A Czech Doctor

"We can't anymore. We don't sleep, we don't eat"

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you. B safe

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#5

This Is What You Look Like After Wearing An N95 Mask All Day. We Don’t Have Enough Of Anything. Help Us Help You

This Is What You Look Like After Wearing An N95 Mask All Day. We Don’t Have Enough Of Anything. Help Us Help You

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NanZ
Community Member
1 year ago

So very sorry that you are suffering from taking care of the people that are suffering from the virus. All of the healthcare professionals around the world are doing everything they can to help care for the sick and they deserve our thanks and more.

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#6

This Is An Anesthesiologist, Dr. John Henao, Who Is Running Out Of Ppe (Personal Protective Equipment) At His Hospital

This Is An Anesthesiologist, Dr. John Henao, Who Is Running Out Of Ppe (Personal Protective Equipment) At His Hospital

"He, like most of us, are currently working under the assumption that most people are Covid19 positive and asymptomatic, but in order to save our dwindling supplies of PPE, are only using them for known cases of Covid19. In order to safely intubate all patients he had to jerry rig his own gear. He put on a CO2 sampling nasal cannula. He then put on a regular old plastic bag on over his head with a seal (you can see he taped it tightly around his neck). He ran the oxygen at 10 L/min. He sampled his CO2 to monitor. He did this for 10 min (long enough to intubate a patient). THIS is what we have to do because we have no PPE. I am horrified. I cannot even begin to know if this is safe and cannot recommend it. But, sure, we’ll be safe with bandanas, scarves, and homemade cloth masks. (That, folks, is sarcasm). For my friends who are fellow physicians, please be safe, and for those of you who are not, please call or tweet or write your elected officials to demand that we are given adequate equipment in order to treat you safely"

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Dana Lowe
Community Member
1 year ago

Your dedication is unbelievable! A million thank you and please keep your self safe!

cunningdiplomat19644
Community Member
1 year ago

he didnt ask for thank you its his job

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Patricia Martinez
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

I can not tell you how sorry I am. Somehow no one listened to what was coming out of China to get ready ourselves. A world wide pandemic was suppose to be the worst thing that could happen to us. No one talked about a pandemic which anyone was ill prepared for. Sending Prayers for strength and safety.

Victoria Greenlee
Community Member
1 year ago

What you are forced to do is criminal. The incompetent narcissist in the White House is responsible for this catastrophe and should be imprisoned!

Dani Black
Community Member
1 year ago

WOW. Just...wow. You are so appreciated and it's too bad you can't even get a break that you deserve while taking care of the rest of "us"...a million Thanks to you, and all of the nation's medical staff

Tere Akune
Community Member
1 year ago

OMG. I hope you get the necessary protection so that you can do your job safely. May God protect you from this horrible virus!

Annette Christopherson
Community Member
1 year ago

Tragic. Taping a bag over your head in order to safely practice is tragic. Thank you.

Sarra R
Community Member
1 year ago

Jfc this breaks my heart (and makes me toast him for his ingenuity). I hope all medical workers in every definition get the ppe they desperately need.

Holly Weaver
Community Member
1 year ago

You sir are one of the bravest men I've ever seen and we thank you. I will be calling our state officials tomorrow morning!

Theresa Lynn
Community Member
1 year ago

A hero

Mary Vaughn
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you for your dedication and devotion to helping those of us who are ill from this virus and other causes. We need you. We need you to take care of you as well. I am one of those at home making facemasks as fast as I possibly can to help our medical community and those who work in grocery stores. (((Hugs)))

Kimberly Marine
Community Member
1 year ago

When you do not have PPE for yourself... cover up the patient. Use clear drop clothes cheap online. This is 9 foot wide 400 foot long so just precut these sheets and drop them down over the patient's ENTIRE bed during a code and during intubation and insertion of lines. https://www.homedepot.com/p/HUSKY-9-ft-x-400-ft-Clear-1-mil-Plastic-Sheeting-CF0109-0400C/202184027?mtc=SEM-BA-F_PB-G-Multi-Multi-Husky-NA-NA-DSA-NA-NA-Catch_All_BT3&cm_mmc=SEM-BA-F_PB-G-Multi-Multi-Husky-NA-NA-DSA-NA-NA-Catch_All_BT3-71700000023577655-58700002495773633-39700021474223105&ds_rl=1178140&gclid=Cj0KCQjw6_vzBRCIARIsAOs54z6QGui5fYo49jp-E38HsX9waEQWeZYcReZPTp5_nxnuSkoHlxMk_JIaAkCWEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

Mary Bergin-Sperry
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank You!

Mark Hyatt
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you for your hard work. Stay safe.

John Barry
Community Member
1 year ago

We have written to them, but their mail was forwarded down to Hell in anticipation of their arrival.

Barbara Stewart
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you so much for your hard work. You are cared about and appreciated more than you know.

Elizabeth Roethle Crawford
Community Member
1 year ago

Also give the hospital administrators a piece of your mind because they keep minimal supplies on hand in order to keep their profits up .. because of this practice the manufacturers do not produce more ( supply and demand) so I think this is more the greed of the industry and less of the government... I've experienced their supply decisions first hand on more than one occassion

Deborah Haggitt
Community Member
1 year ago

This is the photo that broke my heart.

Lynn Marshall
Community Member
1 year ago

Will be writing everyone in government I can think of, at all levels. This is unconscionable.

Cameron Foord
Community Member
1 year ago

My deepest regrets that you are battling an incompetent Administration as well as a pandemic! Perfect storm and you are on the front lines! God bless and have you for all you are doing!!💞💞💗💗💗

Traci Cooper Bradley
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!! Stay well and stay strong!

Bridget Angin
Community Member
1 year ago

Being creative not good for you at this time, I am hopeful item will begin arriving for all facilities soon. Thank you is all I can offer, I will stay home to lesson your burden..

Martha Higgins
Community Member
1 year ago

My sincere thanks. I know it's not enough, but it's all I've got.

Diane Jacobson
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you so much. We love and appreciate your service to us.

Valentina Garrett
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you, stay safe and well

Nile Sandage
Community Member
1 year ago

Not funny, yet insanely brilliant.

Marta Molisani
Community Member
1 year ago

This is absurd. You guys are giving more than you can and that Barbie President is doing shit. We love you! Please know that we see, we feel and you will be remembered

Rita Greco
Community Member
1 year ago

Awful that you are having to work like that.🥵

Ralph Burton
Community Member
1 year ago

Respect !

Monaka Harris
Community Member
1 year ago

OMG!thank you

Robin Meier
Community Member
1 year ago

As a healthcare worker I see this and think, our not so bright patient population will now start walking around with a plastic bag over their head because they "saw a Dr. do it". Then the respiratory failure will be because of a different reason. It truly is a problem but this picture could cause a new problem. Should not be posted for anyone to see.

Angela Leadbetter
Community Member
1 year ago

🥺🥺🥺🥺😥😥😥😥🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

Sarah MacDonald
Community Member
1 year ago

You are a super hero! Thank you!

Michael Conroy
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you so much for the sacrifices that you make for us. God's hand be upon you for comfort.

Deborah Smith
Community Member
1 year ago

bless your heart; we want all our resources sent to you immediately! We are calling our senators and representatives every day!

Joyce Johnson Smith
Community Member
1 year ago

God bless you

Naomi Lang
Community Member
1 year ago

Robin O'Connell
Community Member
1 year ago

heartbreaking

Ashelynne Sakkalaek
Community Member
1 year ago

Physicians? How about healthcare workers. Your nurses and techs are working their asses of!

Jamie Hardman
Community Member
1 year ago

Words are not enough but please know that I am for forever grateful for all you do. I’m doing my part by staying home.

Deneine Cotillo
Community Member
1 year ago

Praying for you all! 🙏🏼

SammieSue Bedigrew Andersen
Community Member
1 year ago

Bless you💕. THanks for all that you do❣️🤗

Larry Daughenbaugh
Community Member
1 year ago

You make me feel small. Thank you for being so big. You health workers are amazing these days.

JozeeMom
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh God. This is frightening. Thank you for everything you are doing to help. ❤️ Praying for you all to stay safe! 🙏🏼

Mewton’s Third Paw
Community Member
1 year ago

He is resourceful. People like him are the best of us. He deserves better.

Peggy Speer
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you ❤️

Kimberly Hill McCarter
Community Member
1 year ago

I am so sorry. God Be With You All

Anastasia Meager
Community Member
1 year ago

I hope you get what you need and thank you for your commitment and work ethic

Lorrie Finley
Community Member
1 year ago

I would be willing to be one of your patients anytime but especially now. Your faith is my hope. I am in a senior community in MN that has had us "staying in place" for a couple weeks already. Smart & caring company.

Virginia Anziani
Community Member
1 year ago

Damn the ones who didn't take this seriously soon enough, so that supplies were available. Thank you.

Autumn Quigley
Community Member
1 year ago

how can you breathe

Maggie Martinez
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you for your strength and bravery

Hazel N Dennis Neich
Community Member
1 year ago

There are no words...😥. What a hero 👏👏👋👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

András Szabó
Community Member
1 year ago

respect...

Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you! B safe a u can

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#7

Just Finished A 12 Hour Shift Swabbing Symptomatic Covid19 Patients At Our Drive Thru Testing Site In Cleveland. We Collectively Swabbed 629

Just Finished A 12 Hour Shift Swabbing Symptomatic Covid19 Patients At Our Drive Thru Testing Site In Cleveland. We Collectively Swabbed 629

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NanZ
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you for your service in this war! By the way, I love your bee necklace too!

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#8

My Battle Scars

My Battle Scars

"Life as a front line during this period ain’t easy, to be honest it sucks. You kiss your love ones good bye before heading to “war zone”. U wear every level of protection needed to ensure u do not be contacted with any of this virus and to not bring the virus back to the loved ones at home. You wear face shield/ goggles / N95 some even wear PAPR at work, trust me it ain’t easy to breath wearing any of those (N95 & PAPR) and with all that protection on, u work quick and fast, catching your breath with every step u make because LIVE MATTERS.

After finishing your shift sweaty with tiredness, aching back, sore calf, painful ankles. you found out that not only your Annual Leaves are frozen, you are not even allowed to leave the country as a front line staff and worst of all is when you have to cancel your wedding reception because both you and your significant other are front liners and you both are needed to fight the “war” because LIVE MATTERS.

Now after work I shower and wear back your uniform with pride, u take public transportation just to go home and rest because tomorrow is another for “war” but when u board the train or bus. People say u bring germs/ virus with u, that u are infecting other people and that u are INCONSIDERATE but u just be quite and leave the train or bus because u are tired after work to explain ur situation.

Now u tell us how are we suppose to feel or react?
Are we not human like everyone else?
Don’t we have love ones too?
Don’t we wish to go on a holiday too?

All got to say is,
I am a front line staff and this is my story."

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NanZ
Community Member
1 year ago

All of your pictures and stories are heartbreaking and I wish you weren't going through this nightmare. Just know that you truly are heroes in my eyes!

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#9

This Is My Mom. She’s 71 Years Old And Screening People From The Afternoon To Midnight. Thank The People That Expose Themselves And Go Through Hell Just To Make Sure People Are Safe

This Is My Mom. She’s 71 Years Old And Screening People From The Afternoon To Midnight. Thank The People That Expose Themselves And Go Through Hell Just To Make Sure People Are Safe

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REDNEKNATION
Community Member
1 year ago

GOD BLESS YOU. 79 and still helping. a hero without a cape right their

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#10

Nurses Take Off Their Face Masks After A Grueling Shift In Fight With Novel Coronavirus

Nurses Take Off Their Face Masks After A Grueling Shift In Fight With Novel Coronavirus

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REDNEKNATION
Community Member
1 year ago

un called for Mugen

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#11

Dr. Joy Vink Is On The Frontline Of NYC's Battle With Covid-19, But Without Access To Proper Personal Protective Gear

Dr. Joy Vink Is On The Frontline Of NYC's Battle With Covid-19, But Without Access To Proper Personal Protective Gear

"She's has no choice but to "get creative." Forget face shields - she is working in SWIM GOGGLES...our Health Care Heroes deserve better"

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NanZ
Community Member
1 year ago

This angers me that these health professionals are working without the required equipment. It is so wrong!

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#12

I Am Nurse And I Am Facing This Health Emergency Right Now

I Am Nurse And I Am Facing This Health Emergency Right Now

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you. B safe

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#13

Nurse's Face After Taking Protective Gear Off

Nurse's Face After Taking Protective Gear Off

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REDNEKNATION
Community Member
1 year ago

if you dont have anything nice to say Mugen then dont say anything.

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#14

This Is My Mom. She’s My Hero. She’s A 60 Year Old Primary Care Physician Testing Patients For Covid-19

This Is My Mom. She’s My Hero. She’s A 60 Year Old Primary Care Physician Testing Patients For Covid-19

"She is putting her health on the line to test patients, get them the care they need, and do what she can to prevent community spread and the overburdening of our hospitals."

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Hermione Granger
Community Member
1 year ago

Stay safe and God bless.

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#15

As Most Of The World Is Isolating, Shutting Down, And Running As Far A Away From The Virus This Guy, Will Be Running Into It. This Guy Is My Guy And He Is An Emergency Room Doctor

As Most Of The World Is Isolating, Shutting Down, And Running As Far A Away From The Virus This Guy, Will Be Running Into It. This Guy Is My Guy And He Is An Emergency Room Doctor

"Today, my husband will be trained on how to don & doff - put on and take off a full protective suit. He will learn how to use and remove his gloves, masks, & eye shield protection. His mask will be tested. His gear will be poked and prodded with him in it. His nerves will be tested too but, he won’t fuss. People are sick and this his job. My husband is also part of a medical covid_19 team that will be doing everything & giving their everything to ensure as many people as possible come out on the other side of this crisis. He, along with the every other extraordinary nurse & frontline worker knows one thing is for sure - life how we have known it won’t look the same over the next several weeks. He will have to make devestating and heartbreaking decisions. He will be super exposed to the sickest patients. Some nights he will come home and need to talk. Other nights he won’t want to speak at all and that’s ok because I will be there. I’m so grateful I can be.. My husband does not like accolades or much attention, hence the very few pics of him on IG. Though now more than ever he and every other frontline worker needs to be told they are our heroes. Please do the same. In France while in lockdown, social media users have launched an initiative to show gratitude & support we applaud To every doctor & to all the other frontline heroes thank you. Thank you so much for your dedication & determination to fight this virus and to help those who need you now and need you the most"

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Luisa Vasconcelos
Community Member
1 year ago

I'm sure you was a hero before for the many life's you saved but now you are a super hero. May the universe bless you with a healthy and happy long life. Thank you 🌹

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#16

Nurse's Face After A Long Shift

Nurse's Face After A Long Shift

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Tina Hugh
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you for your service

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#17

Gear Marks On Nurse's Face

Gear Marks On Nurse's Face

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Zorena Deckard
Community Member
1 year ago

Your poor little nose. It looks so sore.

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#18

This Is My New Reality. Our Unit Has Turned Into An Itu And I Spent 10.5hrs With 1hr Off In Full Ppe With Covid Patients

This Is My New Reality. Our Unit Has Turned Into An Itu And I Spent 10.5hrs With 1hr Off In Full Ppe With Covid Patients

"You develop headaches from the straps, pain all over your face, all of which you can’t touch till you de-robe. I still have marks and pain this morning.
Please all stay at home and do what is required. Chances are you will be ok but you might pass it onto someone else. We don’t need more patients!!!"

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SilverFoX
Community Member
1 year ago

God bless you 🙏 for you!!

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#19

Much Tiredness, Fear And Concern In Addition To The Brands, Injuries And Heat Caused By Protective Equipment

Much Tiredness, Fear And Concern In Addition To The Brands, Injuries And Heat Caused By Protective Equipment

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you! God Bless you

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#20

Emergency Nurse

Emergency Nurse

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you! B safe as u can

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#21

Nurse Takes A Selfie To Show What Wearing A Mask Does To Her Face

Nurse Takes A Selfie To Show What Wearing A Mask Does To Her Face

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Giles Gallie
Community Member
1 year ago

It looks so painful. I practiced with the N95 in my office and I couldn't wear it for more than 2 hours. I am so thankful for the doctors, nurses and all the healthcare staff. Pauline.

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#22

This Is The Face Of Someone Who Just Spent 9 Hours In Personal Protective Equipment Moving Critically Ill Covid19 Patients Around London

This Is The Face Of Someone Who Just Spent 9 Hours In Personal Protective Equipment Moving Critically Ill Covid19 Patients Around London

"I feel broken - and we are only at the start. I am begging people, please please do social distancing and self isolation"

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you! God Bless you

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#23

This Is Reality

This Is Reality

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Dana Lowe
Community Member
1 year ago

God bless, thank you

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#24

Me After I Finished My Shift In The Covid Department

Me After I Finished My Shift In The Covid Department

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Sandra Simpson
Community Member
1 year ago

The fact that she is smiling is just sad and beautiful t the same time.

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#25

This Was Me Last Night On Shift As A Critical Nurse When I Went On My Lunch Hour After Wearing A Mask And All The Gear And Do You Know What I Wouldn’t Be Doing Anything Else!

This Was Me Last Night On Shift As A Critical Nurse When I Went On My Lunch Hour After Wearing A Mask And All The Gear And Do You Know What I Wouldn’t Be Doing Anything Else!

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you! God Bless you

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#26

Marks On Nurse Face

Marks On Nurse Face

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Dana Lowe
Community Member
1 year ago

Sorry! Thank you

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#27

I’m Not Afraid When I’m At Work. I’m Doing What I Was Trained To Do. I’m Afraid When We Run Out Of Resources— Supplies And Staff.

I’m Not Afraid When I’m At Work. I’m Doing What I Was Trained To Do. I’m Afraid When We Run Out Of Resources— Supplies And Staff.

"Covid19 is real and it’s here. Stay home, wash your hands and stop buying all the things that healthcare workers need to do their job. When we don’t have what we need to take care of you, we too will become ill... then who’s left to take care of you and your loved ones?"

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Dana Lowe
Community Member
1 year ago

Thanks for being there

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#28

Marks On Nurse Face

Marks On Nurse Face

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Rachel Vega
Community Member
1 year ago

God Bless You, praying for you!

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#29

Here’s Mine From Yesterday After Only 4 Hours

Here’s Mine From Yesterday After Only 4 Hours

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Christy Smith
Community Member
1 year ago

I'm sure that hurts worse then it appears.

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#30

Nurse After Hours Of Work In Intensive Care

Nurse After Hours Of Work In Intensive Care

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Dana Lowe
Community Member
1 year ago

Sorry you’re going through this. Thank you

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#31

Here’s A Massive Thank You To The Icu Nurses, Intensivists, And Rts Who Are Wearing This Ppe For An Upwards Of 30-40 Minutes, If Not Longer

Here’s A Massive Thank You To The Icu Nurses, Intensivists, And Rts Who Are Wearing This Ppe For An Upwards Of 30-40 Minutes, If Not Longer

"If you were to wear an N95 mask properly for about 5-8 minutes in a patient’s room to let’s say take your patient to the bathroom safely, administer medications, or do an assessment, you’d probably have marks similar to these on your face⁣

Not only are you left with these temporary marks, but you quickly experience difficulty breathing after the first few minutes of applying the mask. You also start to heat up from the layers of gown, gloves, and eye shield⁣

...so here’s a massive thank you to the ICU nurses, intensivists, and RTs who are wearing this PPE for an upwards of 30-40 minutes, if not longer, during invasive (aerosol-generating) bedside procedures. Whether they’re dealing with an extubation or are all hands on deck during a code, they deserve a huge shout out for the physical exhaustion they endure when providing the safest & best care possible to their patients



*Disclaimer - this photo was taken at home after wearing one of my Dad’s masks that he uses for work (he works in settings with fresh paint, dust, sanding, and welding)"

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Sam Mason
Community Member
1 year ago

Thank you all! God Bless you

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#32

Hospital Policy Now Mask At All Times. I Have Been Doing In Ccu Anyhow. Critical Step To Reduce Transmission, For Example Among Asymptomatic Hcws

Hospital Policy Now Mask At All Times. I Have Been Doing In Ccu Anyhow. Critical Step To Reduce Transmission, For Example Among Asymptomatic Hcws

"Not sure can do nationally because not enough masks. Need more than proclamations - need factories converted and running"

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TUBLOVER3
Community Member
1 year ago

And countries ordering them, unlike some of which I've heard ... Thank you, God bless.

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#33

I Was Honestly Wondering If Everyone's Face Was Bright Red After Taking Off Their Mask. Stay Safe Everyone!

I Was Honestly Wondering If Everyone's Face Was Bright Red After Taking Off Their Mask. Stay Safe Everyone!

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Autumn Quigley
Community Member
1 year ago

it's so great that you're doing this if I was a nurse I would have quit by now

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#34

At The Front Lines Of Coronavirus

At The Front Lines Of Coronavirus

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Luisa Vasconcelos
Community Member
1 year ago

I'm sure you was a hero before for the many life's you saved but now you are a super hero. May the universe bless you with a healthy and happy long life. Thank you 🌹

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