17 Heartbreaking Pics of Corona Warriors, The Overworked Doctors and Nurses Proving That They Too Have Human Limits
The internet is full of articles about the coronavirus, expert advice, research, heartbreaking tales of those serious, and children too. It is a trying and testing time for people all around the world as governments struggle to cope with the pandemic. In the melee, we should not forget the corona warriors sacrificing their days and nights to tend to those infected and putting themselves at risk. The doctors, nurses, and health care staff are slogging it out for you and me, and to give you a true example of the grim reality and the extent of what they do, well nothing shows it better than these photographs of their faces that will make you understand the true nature of their selfless service.
1 “I don’t love selfies. Yesterday, though, I took this photo. After 13 hours in ICU. I am not a hero. I am a normal person”
Medical workers around the world are on the front lines in the war against the COVID19 pandemic. These heartbreaking pictures taken behind closed doors are a testimony to their grueling battle and proof of their eternal shifts that leave their faces bruised from the tight equipment they need to wear on at all times. That and the lack of sleep take a heavy toll.
2’I’ve Been A Critical Care Nurse For 13 Years, And I’ve Never Seen Anything like What Is Happening Now in Our Healthcare System. It Is Beyond Overwhelming”
Working without proper equipment and risking their lives is something that we should never forget. This sacrifice is overwhelming simply because it is truly beyond the call of duty and goes to show that some wars can be as deadly even in the absence of guns. Screening these pictures, we should reflect for a moment how important their role in keeping us safe. These are the true corona heroes.
3After 4 hours work in the ICU
These are images that will go down in history as powerful reminders of the health crisis the world is in. One Doctor Anna Yaffee, a director of Global Health at Emory University feels that we should be sharing these images because it is important. “Sharing the images reinforces the point that there are people out there who are working tirelessly around the clock to provide lifesaving supportive care to those who are sick,” she commented.
4Faces of Medical Workers After A Long Shift Of Treating Coronavirus Patients – A Czech Doctor
We can’t anymore. We don’t sleep, we don’t eat”
This photo came with this caption. Now this is heart-rending and we break rules of self-isolation, maybe this is what will motivate us to lock down ourselves too without complaining.