08Dec

WASH YOUR HANDS, SOCIAL DISTANCE, WEAR A MASK THE RIGHT WAY.

The life of someone you love may depend on it.

Please take time to read this! 

A Message from Christine Guio Smalley, Chief Clinical Officer of 

Acuity Specialty Hospitals of Ohio Valley

This is my story and a post I want to share with all of you: 

I had to run to the grocery store and was completely baffled by the people that still don’t seem to be taking the Coronavirus seriously. Yesterday I met a woman that told me her best friend’s son recently met his friends out and unknowingly became infected. He then went to visit his grandparents who never left their home. He infected them both and his grandfather didn’t survive. She said it’s more than he can bear and will now have to find a way to live with that guilt for the rest of his life. I’m adding a link for anyone that would like to have more information to educate themselves on the best ways to avoid becoming infected. If you haven’t had any personal experience with this awful pandemic, consider yourself lucky. But make sure you have all the facts and make the best decisions for you and those you love. I work in Healthcare and I see and hear new numbers every day about lives lost. Those numbers reflect someone’s mother, father, sister, grandmother, daughter, husband, best friend and so on and so on. WASH YOUR HANDS, SOCIAL DISTANCE, WEAR A MASK THE RIGHT WAY. 

The life of someone you love may depend on it.

From my colleague and friend 

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html?fbclid=IwAR23J8Xtde8GET5phbiOuXQODzZ4uY4m-0jJ81xKPupoOjzAf5Kl9sNzzNo