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Nurse breaks down on This Morning after being ‘too scared’ to work on Covid-19 ward

A struggling nurse broke down in tears on This Morning after admitting she was ‘too scared’ to go to work on a Covid-19 ward.

Speaking with Phillip Schofield, Rochelle Humes and Vanessa Feltz on Tuesday’s instalment, nurse Kerry asked the hosts for help with her ‘anxiety’.

‘I’m an NHS nurse and I have been for 13 years,’ she began.

‘When Boris announced we were going into lockdown again I just sobbed.

‘It’s the dread of actually going into work not knowing what you’ll be given that day, how short-staffed you’re going to be, what pressures you’re going to be under.


‘I just want help with managing the anxiety.’

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Kerry called for help with her anxiety (Picture: ITV)

Taking to Twitter after the heartbreaking phone call, viewers couldn’t help but send their love to Kerry thanking her and the NHS for their hard work.

Others branded the nurse a superhero.

One viewer said: ‘Poor lady. Must be absolutely terrifying working on a COVID ward.’

Another tweeted: ‘Poor Kerry. That has to be tough as a nurse.’

While another added: ‘Kerry really needs to take some time out to look after her mental wellbeing. She sounds broken. I hope she speaks with her manager and gets the support she needs.’

‘Feel sorry for Kerry tbf she sounds genuinely upset,’ one said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It comes after Boris Johnson revealed a third national lockdown for England.

On Monday, the Prime Minister addressed the nation where he announced new harsher measures.

The new rules say that if you do leave home for a permitted reason, you should ‘always stay local in the village, town, or part of the city where you live’ though you may leave your local area for a legally permitted reason, such as for work.

This Morning airs daily at 10am on ITV.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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