Boris Johnson (Photo credit: ANI)
London, 20 May. The nurse who cared for her in the ICU resigned after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson contracted the coronavirus and criticized the government’s handling of the deadly epidemic. He added that nurses are not getting the “respect” and “salary” they deserve. Originally New Zealand’s Jenny McGee said the epidemic had killed more than 120,000 people in Britain and proved to be the most difficult year of her career. “We gave up our lives and worked hard and talked a lot about how we are all heroes,” he said in a Channel 4 documentary titled ‘The Year Britain Stopped’. But at the same time I don’t think I can do it. I don’t know how much I can pay to the NHS (National Health Service). ” Read also: US donates more than িয়ন 500 million to India: Cavid-19: White House
“We are not getting the respect and salary we deserve now,” McGee was quoted as saying by the BBC on Wednesday. I was upset, so I resigned. “The government has proposed a one percent salary increase for NHS workers this year. McGee said that” many nurses “believe that the government has” not taken very effective action “and that there is a situation of uncertainty.
The show will air on May 24. So far 4,468,366 people have been infected with the coronavirus in Britain and 127,956 have died. Johnson contracted the coronavirus in March. After being discharged from St. Thomas Hospital here, he praised McGee and Louis Petermer, a nurse, for taking care of him.