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Old 03-27-2020, 01:26 AM   #34 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by porky2468 View Post
I'm a bit frustrated because I was off work and then WFH since the end of January due to surgery on my leg. I literally started going back to the office two weeks ago and now I'm isolated again.

I also feel guilty that I'm able to work at this time when so many others can't. I'm in the NHS so I'm guaranteed to have a job the whole way through this. And it's also quite bad that I actually feel less stressed than before because we've had to cancel our new appointments and groups so it gives us time to catch up on the work that was falling behind because my team was so busy. When I can walk unaided again (two weeks hopefully) I might be redeployed so could be working on wards. Which would be a cool change of pace. A colleague also pointed out that our patient group is high risk, so its likely some of them will die before this is over.
Donít feel guilty.
Everyone who keeps their job doesnít need any help from the state and so thereís more for others.
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