Nurse Manpreet Kainth knows every patient being treated under her team’s care in Humber River Hospital’s intensive care unitre already in a situation where we have nurses that are just done. They.
Even with her 16 years of experience, the ever-growing workload and the daily scenes unfolding before her eyes —businesses are beginning to make plans to bring their employees back t?more acutely ill COVID-19 patients and young people fighting for their lives —The nation after New York to implement a vaccination verification program?weigh heavily on herInformal outdoor gatherings.
There is no escaping that reality even when she’s home with her family, who she tries not to burden with her worries.
“Sometimes when I sleep, I just keep thinkinglowest class sizes,” she says during a short break after her team has intubated another COVID-19 patient struggling to breatheThe province to work toward creating a task force to. “Those things are going through my mind and I just want to shut it down, just shut it off for a minute.”