UK care homes are at risk of being hit by COVID-19 again as the UK fights a major upsurge in lawsuits.
Tracy Leads nurse at Northfield Nursing Home in Sheffield spoke to British broadcaster Sky News and compared her experience to “Groundhawk Day”.
“Every time you get a discharge, you always get another patient,” he said.
Eva Kofi, a third-year medical student and part-time caregiver, told Sky that the situation could change drastically from week to week.
He recalled having a shift for a weekend, which was “absolutely fine”.
“I’ll be back next week, there was a little sticker for every name on the board that said they had Govit on it,” he continued.
“I was really scared.”
On Friday, Britain approved a corona virus vaccine manufactured by Moderna, the third largest licensed use in the country.
The UK has so far vaccinated about 1.5 million people with the Pfizer-BioEntech and Oxford-Astrogeneca vaccines.
The British government says it aims to vaccinate all residents of nursing homes by the end of January.
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