I’m relieved too, and I don’t even know her. I hope being at home is enough to Strong Woman Nurse We Fight What You Fear Shirt protect her! I’m at home, as I mentioned, but I’m still scared I’ll get exposed somehow. I went to the mailbox earlier to put a letter in (a thing my oldest son needs, and I can’t even think about seeing him face to face because he is a delivery driver for a pharmacy and is in and out of major hospitals and nursing homes all over the Kansas City Metro every day)…anyway, I realized just something as simple as that meant I needed to scrub up as soon as I was back inside because the mailman could have left the virus on the mailbox.
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I can’t imagine going through something like this and being on chemotherapy or with any kind of Strong Woman Nurse We Fight What You Fear Shirt immune suppression. I’m already terrified. But it sounds like you have it mostly under control! Or at least you’re doing what you can. A lot of people don’t understand, this is already killing healthy young people, let alone those with compromised health. Yea sitting home sucks but it’s better than risking yourself! Good luck whatever you decide! Heads up RNs: If you are high risk because of a serious chronic underlying condition, you are covered by the ADA.
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Go to the Strong Woman Nurse We Fight What You Fear Shirt EEOC website and look at ADA accommodations. There is also a guide for pandemic flu that lists staying home for high-risk individuals. As someone with a chronic illness, I used this to reduce my exposure to work. HR claimed they knew nothing about it, and then legal told them to stop breaking federal law. You’re putting your own oxygen mask on before helping others with theirs. That is smart. You’re not abandoning your coworkers or patients. There might even be a Tele-work you can do to help with the pandemic, thus helping in other ways.