“𝕋𝕚𝕞𝕖 𝕚𝕤𝕟’𝕥 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕞𝕒𝕚𝕟 𝕥𝕙𝕚𝕟𝕘. ” 𝕀𝕥’𝕤 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕠𝕟𝕝𝕪 𝕥𝕙𝕚𝕟𝕘.

Good morning everyone..Firstly i want to say i hope your all as well as can be expected.
A massive thank you for all your lovely support yesterday evening at 8pm for a massive round of applause for all the NHS staff and us keyworkers.

Its fantastic to see how much we are appreciated by you all.I was having a conversation with a friend of mine about how things are at the moment and how we as humans are put under immense pressure to deal with unexpected situations that we are not prepared for.

Yes there can always be basic plans put in place in how to deal emergency’s but i do feel under certain situations we as humans can never be prepared for.
Timing has never been so crucial now and measure’s have been put in place for all our own safety.Looking through social media seeing peoples posts from around the UK and the rest of the world is not only heart breaking but emotionally destroying seeing people in so much uncertainty and grief unable to process loss in a normal way there isn’t any words i can find to give to them to understand what they must be dealing with right now.
So i have been off work for the past two days workload has increased also with issues surrounding childcare for me at the moment lucky enough its been sorted now.
I keep being told by people i know who are working on the front line that there isn’t enough being done regarding safeguarding staff and patients not enough P.P.E (PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPTMENT ).
The NHS have decided that working patterns will be extended to 12 hours or more to cope with the demand of patient’s coming in with suspected Covid 19 and other health issues.

Everyone has there own reason why they decided to go into there career.Mine is because i have a very need to help people if i can just make a change however big or small to someone’s life it makes a whole lot of difference to my own.
I don’t think you can be selfish in times like this you need to be vigilant
and aware of risks and to follow the guides in place to help prevention.Social distance is extremely important.

I have to say like most key workers we have no choice to go do our job unless we become sick or are in self isolation.Please understand every day we walk out of our front door we are at risk we cannot stay home we have to work.
This isn’t a time for a free for all this is serious we all have made and will make more sacrifices.It doesn’t matter what type of keyworker you are your all important & up until as of recent we have been on the lower pay grade and at the moment are still on a lower pay grade than other roles.I really do feel the government need to look into this issue when Covid 19 had passed.Life’s have been put on the line to help others and to me that is the most selfless act you can ever do is to put others lives in front of your own.
Like most people who are keyworkers they not only have themselves to look after but also there own loved ones please understand what is at stake for us all.This is why its so important to listen and to help smooth the curve of cases and deaths within the UK and your own communities.

We are doing our bit please do yours.

Follow these simple guidelines below.

Stay home and stay safe.
thanks for your support.

Love to you all 😊 Stacie xxx

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Hi I'm Stacie I'm 34 busy mum from the West Midlands 🇬🇧 Started blogging April 2019 I hope you like my blog posts

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