It didn’t say that at all. It said after three shifts she started having symptoms after her 3 shifts, which means she probably had a couple days off after that. Most of our shifts are 12 hours which most times easily turn into 13 hours by the time we actually get done ( especially in these times ). He is not just a soldier he is my son face mask. Then there are usually 2 or 3 shifts off before return.
He is not just a soldier he is my son face mask
Her symptoms and visit to her doctor would have most likely been addressed on her days off. He is not just a soldier he is my son face mask. Being tired is one thing. News flash- that’s almost all nurses almost all the time. That in and of itself means nothing. However, a cough, fever, and body aches are another story. Sounds like she got her symptoms addressed rather promptly. There’s always the chance of a false negative. Sometimes you have to do a few tests before you get a positive result. But she had symptoms so she figured she had it and the doctor confirmed it. I completely agree, and there are probably more false negative. This true with every diagnostic test. What bothered me was the article read like she continued to work for 3 days while feeling ill. If we’ve learned anything from this mess, I’d think it would be to stay home if you feel sick, and this should apply to every potenitally contagious illness. some people have to go to work sick or not. Esp when her test came back negative. her test came back negative. Her symptoms was also flu symptoms and sinus infection or summer cold. Not necessarily covid.