OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – For those who’re a nurse taking good care of COVID sufferers since March, the belongings you’ve seen may fill journals.
When nurse Katrina Conway sees COVID sufferers, she will be able to relate by her goggles and masks in methods she by no means may earlier than. She’s been there.
Within the hospital mattress struggling, struggling to breathe. Hoping to outlive the coronavirus.
“We’ve so many individuals are available, they’re of their 60′s and 70′s. And I’m in my 40′s,” says Katrina, a nurse at Methodist.
Katrina Conway’s household wasn’t allowed to see her in individual, so she leaned on a buddy who may very well be within the room. A colleague for compassion and care, nurse Jacque Kraft.
“We’re very shut. I’m pleased she selected me to look after her. However on the flip aspect, it was relatively scary. As a result of we’ve seen a lot of what can occur and how briskly it adjustments,” says Jacque Kraft, one other nurse at Methodist.
5 days within the hospital, six weeks to get well from the signs. Nurse Katrina Conway is again on the COVID ground with a newfound connection together with her buddy and caregiver, carrying a constant message for others.
“It might probably occur to anybody. anytime,” says Katrina. Carry on doing what we’re alleged to be doing.”
Katrina will get her second dose of the vaccine later this week.
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