Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg Healthcare workers in Singapore are very tired and burned out after close to two years of Covid-19. A peek behind the hospital curtain was provided by CNA , which interviewed a number of healthcare workers at the frontlines who were quoted anonymously because none of them were authorised to speak to the media. With the recent spike in Covid-19 cases, where between 2,000 and 4,000 positive cases are reported in a single day over the past two weeks, waiting times and bed occupancy rates at hospitals have surged, pushing those working to care for the sick to the edge. Adding to the urgency of keeping up with these cases, there appears to be no respite as the pandemic does not have an end in sight, healthcare workers interviewed said. One junior doctor, who works at a public hospital in Singapore, told CNA : "I haven't seen the daylight in ages." This is what has been happening on the ground. No day off in three weeks A woman doctor at a local hospital said she has not had a day off in nearly three weeks. Healthcare workers revealed to CNA that all… Read full this story
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