Proud to be a Nurse

It is only in our darkest hours that we may discover the true strength of the brilliant light within ourselves that can never, ever, be dimmed.” Doe Zantamata

The past couple of weeks have been really tough for everyone especially the nurses, people in healthcare workers, and first responders battling coronavirus. At this time the best thing we can do is follow what Centers for Disease Control and Prevention such as hand washing, staying away if sick, and social distancing. I believe that God is in control yesterday, today and forever. Keep the faith and don’t let fear drive you crazy.   This is what I am doing in social distancing. As a Registered Nurse I will continue to work because hospitals do not get canceled. I will wash my hands, take my vitamins, exercise at home, eat a balanced meal, sleep and prioritize my self- care activity to keep myself calm. Please don’t forget to pray and trust God. Please continue to keep all healthcare workers, first responders and the world in your prayer daily. God got us.


           According to Infection Control Protocols  

All personnel entering the room of a patient with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 must don PPE ( Personal Protective Equipment ) appropriate for contact and droplet

  • Grown
  • Mask with eye protection (e.g., face shield , googles
  • Gloves
  • N95 respirators mask


coworker Sheerao with full PPE


me with full PPE




Me wearing N95 respirators mask


me and my coworker Xavier wearing a mask

I’m just out here trusting God. Proud to be a Nurse. Amazing things are happening here !!  New York Presbyterian Hospital .


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