Manorore was going to lend a hand in Edmundston three months ago during the outbreak of Belle-Vue that this nurse in the cardiac rehabilitation department contracted the virus.
“Whatever I tried to do, I could not get away from it; Annie Dionne said where it came from, how I contracted in that house, we don’t know.
She had symptoms for 17 days. Although she did not have to be hospitalized, she still has a virus sequel and recently returned to full-time work.
“It was like a roller coaster. One day today is going well and another day, brother! Shortness of breath, fatigue is not much.
Annie Dion is not the only one in the health sector who has contracted the virus in the performance of her duties. She explains that employees are constantly looking for protective measures.
“Hyper-vigilance is required everywhere in the hospital; Being hyper-conscious, it gets submerged, it also gets tired, ”continued the person who has worked at Edmundston Regional Hospital since 1999.
A resident of Edmondston, Gilles Cormier was hospitalized from 2 to 16 February due to the virus. Like others, he also states that he feels very tired.
“The main thing is lack of energy. Whatever I want to do, it does not need to be big, I get tired quickly. He pointed.
It is difficult to understand why people insist on not getting vaccinated.
“I will get my second dose of vaccine tonight. I am not afraid to get it, I was not afraid for the first time, ”said Annie Dion.
“If you contract the disease, it is better that it is less severe than falling in the states that pass with the covid, it is not really pleasant”, declared Giles Cormier, for his part.