'I can see you are out in the good weather, eating dinners and drinking nice red wine together in these quiet days. Will not enough stop?'
so begins Camilla Fjord Thomsen, who is a doctor at the medical department at Glostrup Hospital, a posting on Facebook.
In just a few hours the ad has been shared over 56.000 times, while Camilla Fjord Hansen has been busy on his seventh day in a row.
Photo: Private / Camilla Fjord Thomsen
She says to Ekstra Bladet, she usually is a pretty cool type - 'a good trait to have as a doctor - but when she came home from work Saturday evening, it was with a lump in your throat.
The past few days, she and many colleagues has been very busy and has intensified very much to deal with the wave of patients who are increasingly coming in to be checked for the new coronavirus.
- It is as if there has been a silence before the storm, but now there are so many who come in to be checked. It is a striking cover, and we brands have already an incipient resource depletion, says Camilla Fjord Thomsen.
When she came home Saturday, looked the 36-year-old doctor in his feed on Instagram, and here she could see many people, which didn't work at all to take the government's latest statements seriously.
People were out, often several people together. It seems as if many just live their normal lives.
today, Sunday, has the clot in Camilla Fjord Thomsen's neck has grown bigger. When she met into his second 24 hour shift in a row, she could feel that her colleagues were also frustrated by the situation, which they now have to send people home if they do not have sufficient acute symptoms of coronavirus.
- We can't inoculate people, if we will not admit them. And so goes people directly back out into the community and infecting further if they have the virus without having symptoms, she says.
on Top of it all, she and the rest of the staff - like many other hospitals around the country, and been witness to both håndsprit and face masks disappear, so that the shortcomings from the departments, where there is a dire need for them.
- It is, as I and all my colleagues are most afraid of, is to go around and be smittespredere. I'm basically not afraid to be sick, but I'm terrified of infecting my patients. So when people hoard håndsprit and masks, so I am very worried. So can I not protect my patients, " says Camilla Fjord Thomsen to Ekstra Bladet.
See the 36-year-olds viral spread, since she put it up on Sunday morning, has gone viral, including: