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A nurse burst into tears when she finds out that the supermarket is emptied due to Coronavirus hysteria

March 27, 2020 • By Alison Forde
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How do doctors and nurses take care of the sick if strength and spirit are abandoning them? A nurse from York, Dawn Bilbrough, went shopping convinced that she could buy at least the bare essentials to be able to have lunch and dinner for the next 48 hours and, to her amazement, however, found nothing. Fruits and vegetables had completely disappeared from the shelves. The woman had a small nervous breakdown and was unable to hold back the tears in the video testimony that she filmed with her cell phone.

via: York Press

The woman was forced to leave the supermarket without having had the opportunity to buy anything. "There was no fruit or vegetables, I left the supermarket empty-handed," Dawn Bilbrough said in a low voice, "I don't know how I will keep myself healthy." At this rate, in fact, people like Dawn Bilbrough, who is a nurse by profession, will find themselves very soon without strength and very tested in spirit. People are easily panicked and do not realize that certain irrational gestures then backfire on those who try to help in the first place. 

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Pubblicato da Dawn Bilbrough su Giovedì 19 marzo 2020

The woman said she got carried away by the fear of the moment and reacted anxiously, of course, just like the rest of the population. It's a natural response these days: being afraid is normal.

We try, however, to be as rational as possible: we avoid emptying entire shelves of supermarkets and we go for reasoned and reasonable shopping, thinking not only of our needs but also of those of those who are more fragile or in difficulty in these testing times. In response to certain needs, some supermarket chains have set up the first hour of opening reserved for the elderly, to guarantee them all the necessary products before they run out.

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