The number of people who have been spreading globally in recent times has increased to over 1 million 360 thousand. There is an insufficient supply of doctors and equipment to care for them. Not only that but the number of employees is also declining.
Without the medical practitioners, the war would be lost right away. Therefore, a flexible moment for them to see the image of their mind when they are unaware of the task of staying at home.
Dr. Leana Wen, a professor at George Washington University, a member from the “Stay Home: Save Lives” campaign which unites concerned healthcare professionals raising awareness on the necessity to stay home and let frontline workers do their jobs. “#StayHome means you’re helping save lives.” She said: “We are currently facing the biggest public health crisis of our lifetimes. But we are not powerless against the virus: there are things we can do.” The most vital one is pretty simple: “If you can, stay home!”
The only way to slow the spread of this disease is social distancing, and that means that we’re all responsible.
“If we don’t change our behavior now, the disease will spread faster and our healthcare system will be overwhelmed.” Leana Wen warns that, as a result, “that would cause a lot more harm and a lot more deaths.”
Think about it – while you’re staying at home, all rolled up in a shaggy blanket, eating chocolate chip cookies, watching your fave series, you’re saving the lives of others.
Frontline workers from around the globe are begging people to stay home.
Over-worked medical heroes showed the marks left on their faces from the battle of COVID-19.