United States.- Despite the fact that the vaccination against Covid-19 advances, the Delta variant prevents the pandemic from ending with greater speed, since young people are also being affected in United States.
Doctors and nurses are the ones who live first hand and share images and videos on social media in warning mode.
Felicia Croft is a nurse from Willis-Knighton, Louisiana, USA. The young woman shared on her social networks the story of the difficult situation in intensive care units.
Felicia has been working there for more than a year, when the first patients entered coronavirus-infected hospitals.
He mentions that in recent days he witnessed the aggressiveness of the Delta variant of Covid-19, especially in youth.
“We are intubating and losing people my age and younger,” said the nurse through tears.
The nurse does her best to answer, even the uncomfortable questions of her daughter, who knows first-hand her work and its current complexity.
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“Mom, why didn’t you save them?” Are the words of her 14-year-old daughter, who questions her about the death of close people.
“I cannot explain the feeling of defeat when you do everything, you give everything to a patient and it is not enough. Besides knowing that they could have been vaccinated and could have made a difference.”
The nurse knows the vulnerability with which the world faces Covid-19, which is why she called for vaccination.
“We have become a very selfish generation, this is not about you, it is about the people who may be important to you and are also important to others.”
The occupation in the intensive care units in Luisina is critical, in other hospitals there are not enough beds, according to Catherine O’Neal, medical director of the “Our Lady of the Lake” center.
The United States has reached more than 35 million infections and 614 thousand deaths from Covid-19 and so far it has 50.29% of the population fully vaccinated, that is, 165 million people already vaccinated.