Sorry it's been a while since I last posted. I haven't had a lot to add to the generally excellent conversation taking place among those I follow.
I do, however, have to get my observations regarding #COVID19 off my chest.
I am in healthcare.
I'm not in NYC.
I work at a hospital that has the largest number of #COVID19 patients in our county.
However, with the surge of #COVID19 projected to be a couple of weeks away, our preparation kicked into high gear. Parts of the hospital were
And then we waited. We had a fair number of people
Far from the war-zone-esque imagery I had seen from abroad, and increasingly, within the United States, what we experienced was unprecedented, eerie quiet. Not only did the surge, perpetually two weeks away, never come, but even the normal emergencies
Tragically, we learned where they were some time later. They were at home. They didn't come in either
And now the traumas have shown up, with a vengeance. We're seeing broken bones as people go stir crazy and engage in ill-advised home improvement projects on their roofs. Assaults are up, too. Worst
I understand the