7 days 24 hours service all over the dormitory
112 Emergency teams are working non-stop for public health in the Kovid-19 process
112 Emergency Healthcare teams, serving 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all over the country, work devotedly by overcoming all difficulties to safely deliver the patients they come to the hospital with in the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) process.
112 Emergency Medical teams, who continue their difficult work devotedly, make the first intervention to Kovid-19 cases and other emergency patients that they reach rapidly after each call.
The first cases of Kovid-19 teams working nonstop since the day it was seen in Turkey, spends 24 hours a day 7 days effort to protect public health.
Anadolu Agency (AA) photographed the fight against Kovid-19 of the teams who went to the calls with protective equipment such as overalls, masks, goggles and visors in order to minimize the risk of contamination.
Emergency medical technician Ayşe Önlüel, who works at the 112 Emergency Health Services station in Ankara's Hüseyingazi District, said that the Kovid-19 process was difficult for them and their families.
Önlüel, stating that their social lives ended after the epidemic, said, "Our communication with our relatives and close circle is over. My wife is in the health sector, people are afraid of us because we are both healthcare. Therefore, there is inevitably a distance between us. our colleagues and our nuclear family. " said.
Expressing that there were days when they went to 24 cases in 24-hour shifts during the periods when Kovid-19 increased, Önlüel said, "We were more intense in the first 3 months of the pandemic. At that time, we were going to positive and suspicious cases. This situation decreased. We saw the benefit of the radiation teams. and, thanks to the restrictions, positive cases have decreased considerably. " used expressions.
- "I worked with the anxiety of infecting my children and mother"
Emergency medical technician Gülsüm Taşçı said that she cried after taking the patients to the hospital in the first days of the epidemic and said, "I was seeing the consequences of the pandemic in the world. There were no patient losses yet, but when going to a case in a seizure, when this number started to increase to 10, 'God what's going on' I started to say and I found myself crying in front of the hospital with fear. I was thinking about what went through even such developed countries, what we will experience. This obscurity scared me a lot. " he spoke.
Explaining that he was afraid of infecting his family with Kovid-19, Taşçı said, "I worked with the anxiety of infecting my children, my mother with chronic illness. I am still experiencing the same anxiety, but I think I'm used to it. When I get home, my little child runs to hug me but I have to stop him. . I can never touch my children without being cleaned. One feels bad. " He spoke as.
Taşçı pointed out that they witnessed sad stories in this process and continued as follows: