- Jan 15, 2013
- United Kingdom
More than... the first wave, you mean? So you only consider something as a "significant" pressure if its larger than the previous /greatest/ pressure?Hospitals haven't had to do anything MORE for any new covid variant.
I don't trust you in the slightest to identify the situations in which hygiene precautions are necessary or not, because you have abominable judgement and a total disregard for anything that might slightly inconvenience you.You don't even have to wear gloves when going into sterile/clean places like surgery (just bunny suit, shoe covers, and hair net). Why would you have to wear gloves when taking someone's laptop they are returning to IT and getting a new laptop? You do realize much safety stuff is just theater that doesn't do anything, right? Like the TSA.
I don't believe you should be working in a hospital without significant retraining, and I'd be genuinely worried if I was receiving care in a hospital where I observed employees acting as you do.