A very young nurse on the pandemic frontline has revealed how she has written her will because she’s scared she could pass away as a result of the killer virus.
In an open letter to a nation lockdown, the 21–year-old explained: ‘If its difficult for you to put in the shoes of healthcare workers right now. I will try as much as I can to paint you a picture- I wrote my will the other day.'
Kate O’Flaherty has revealed how she has written her will because she’s scared she could pass away as a result of the killer virus
‘I hid it away in my room and ensure that my boyfriend is well aware of the location in case anything happens to me on the frontline. I am 21.' Kate added.
The healthcare staff must wait until after lockdown for two witness signatures which will authenticate the document & it’s coming after farewill offered freewill – which usually costs £90-to NHS workers.
‘It’s a frightening time for all of us, where even most of us with experience are learning something new. We want you to fight for us, to make sure that nurses, student nurses, carers and anyone else in the nursing profession get the treatment and their rightful pay.’ Kate of Dublin explained.
Nevertheless, social media users have praised Kate for her bravery, applauding her alongside other health workers on the frontline.
‘Oh Kate, it’s a horrible thing to contemplate at aged 21. I am so sorry you are thinking about this. But we’re grateful to our health workers and I think about you all daily going into the frontline. Be well pet and be safe.’ Janica, an internet user wrote.