Nurse Treating Coronavirus Patients Has Not Seen Kids For 18 Days

Nurse Separated From Kids To Fight Coronavirus

NURSE – A nurse narrated how her coronavirus battle began and how she and her fellow frontliners overcome the struggle.

The frontliners risk their lives to save patients suffering from 2019 novel coronavirus. Thousands of people have lost their lives due to the pandemic.

The healthcare workers battle fear to confront the deadly virus since they could get infected with it. Some of the frontliners experience discrimination sue to suspicion of close contact with coronavirus.

Photo Source: @Odie-Cy Atienza FB

Recently, a nurse named Cyril Atienza narrated how her COVID-19 battle began and how they overcome the struggles. She works at the Medical City in Ortigas.

The frontliner uploaded a series of photos and penned how they endure changes from the pandemic. On top of things she has to hold on to is the pain of not seeing her kids since March 13.

Photo Source: @Odie-Cy Atienza FB

Amid the coronavirus crisis, the nurse could not stop thinking about her 3 children: Cyara, Vyanch, Vyone Cyra, and Van Dyke. Atienza decided to isolate herself from them even before President Rodrigo Roa Duterte placed Metro Manila under ‘enhanced community quarantine.’

She told her husband to bring their children from Quezon City to his mom’s house in Antipolo. “Una kong ginawa noon, tinawagan ko iyong asawa ko kaagad na, ‘Dalhin mo na iyong mga bata sa Antipolo bago pa mag-lockdown,” she recalled.

“Wala na. Naisip ko na isang buwan ko na sila hindi makakasama bilang simula na nga ng lockdown ng March 15,” she added.

Atienza’s post has garnered 1.1 thousand reactions, 168 comments, and 243 shares as of this writing.

Countless netizens expressed their appreciation for the nurse. Here are some of their comments on the post:

@Jon Paolo Chua: “Model frontliner! Super proud of you. Ingats lagi kayo dyan.”

@Josephine Reyes Nate: “Ingat palagi saludo kmi sa inyo kahat”

@Darlene Batuigas Arnol: “Thank you po sa inyong lahat, Saludo po kami sa inyo. Ingat po lagi, malalagpasan din natin to”

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