The altruistic health worker put his life in the trailer to protect his relatives The altruistic health worker put his life in the trailer to protect his relatives ...
Muhammet Uzun, an intensive care dialysis technician in a hospital in Konya, has been living in a caravan for 8 months against the risk of infecting others with a new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19).
Long, who started to use the caravan he bought one and a half years ago considering the natural disaster periods, with the Kovid-19 outbreak, makes a great sacrifice to protect his family and his environment.
Uzun, who has been living since March in his caravan parked in the garden of the private hospital where he works, is appreciated by his colleagues for his devotion to not risking his surroundings.
In the fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic, Uzun, who had to live separately from his home and family, also meets all his rest, nutrition, cleaning and self-care needs in this caravan.
Uzun, who met the electricity needs from the solar energy panel on the ceiling of the caravan, which has a kitchen, bed, shower, toilet and fridge, has put his life between the caravan and the hospital where he works.
Uzun, who also reshaped his social life, hosts his colleagues at the table he set up next to the caravan in the evenings, paying attention to social distance.
Long does not go anywhere unless it is mandatory, except for his office, caravan and market.
Uzun, who works devotedly in his busy working tempo and stays away from his loved ones, wants people to take care to obey the mask and distance rule.
Muhammet Uzun (23), a health worker for two and a half years, told the AA reporter that he bought a minibus and turned it into a caravan against the risk of an earthquake, but lived in a caravan with the epidemic in order not to infect his family and others.
Emphasizing that she has lived away from her home for months, Uzun said, "We usually have video calls with my family on the phone. I do not go home even on holidays. Sometimes I dock the car in front of the house. We meet from window to window." said.
- "People don't care until it happens to you"
Stating that those who act unconsciously endanger the whole society, Uzun said, "This virus causes a cardiac arrest (heart attack) to the patients we see intact. We should take such precautions, thinking that there may be our own mother and father. This is important not only for me, but for the whole world. There are those who say they don't believe in this virus. They don't care until they live, until they lose one of their families. " he spoke.
Especially inviting young people to be more sensitive, Uzun noted the following:
"Young people who do not obey the rules generally think that they will not be harmed ... They do more harm to their elders. I call this selfishness. Either they do not love their families or they do not like their state because they do great harm to the state."
- "We appreciate our friend's dedication"
Hasan Fatih Yıldızlar, one of Uzun's colleagues, general intensive care general practitioner, is behind%