A lot of dramatic events have taken place all over the world since the beginning of this pandemic and the terrors of the first wave of coronavirus will not be easily forgotten, especially in the locations that have been hit the most around the world.
Even if epicenters such as New York City and others have started to see a decline compared to a few weeks ago, the coronavirus pandemic has not gone away, and the danger is still here.
Cases continue to surge across the US and all over the globe. NBC News brings up a really interesting subject that has been left aside by a lot of people these days.
It’s about the disaster-related post-traumatic stress disorder – the online publication writes that the mental health aftermath of this pandemic may devolve into its own version of a crisis.
The unknown drama of healthcare workers
Their recent article addresses the story of an ER doctor at the NewYork-Presbyterian Allen Hospital, who died from self-inflicted injuries.
“But though her death certificate will not officially list the coronavirus as the cause of death,” the article notes, “she’s a casualty just as much as anyone else who has died,” her father said.
It’s been revealed that earlier during the same week ,another person named John Mondello a Bronx EMT who was on the job for less than three months, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
“He told me he was experiencing a lot of anxiety witnessing a lot of death. He’d feel it was a heavy experience when he’d fail to save a life,” said friend Al Javier.
The tragic drama in the hospitals
These are just some of the examples of the tragic cases that have been happening all over the world ,and the media did not quite address them. Healthcare workers have their own drama amidst the tragedies that they are witnessing, and this also has to be highlighted.
We recommend that you check out the original article in order to find out more details about this crucial subject. raising awareness about it could save lives.
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On the other hand, it’s also important to highlight the positive things that are happening – it’s been also revealed by an expert that the virus is becoming less and less dangerous, and it could eventually disappear without a vaccine