The nurse who interacted with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson while he was in intensive care due to Covid-19 has left the Public Health Service and has criticized the government’s efforts to combat the pandemic and nurses’ wages.
- Jenny McGee goes on a nursing contract in the Caribbean, then plans a vacation in New Zealand
- The nurse does not rule out returning to the government health service in the future
- In a Channel 4 documentary, he also talked about caring for Boris Johnson while he was ill مرض
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– We did not get the respect and now the salary we deserve. I’m tired of this. So I submitted my resignation “The year Britain stopped,” New Zealander Jenny McGee said on Channel 4. It will be shown in its entirety next Monday, but excerpts were released on Tuesday evening.
The British government has decided that staff of the NHS, the public health service, will get 1% this year. wage increases.
“A lot of the nurses felt that the government was not leading the way … hesitation, many conflicting messages.” It was very annoying, said McGee. Yeah, we’ve been on the (front line) and we’ve worked incredibly hard, and there’s a lot of talk about how we’re all champions and all that kind of stuff. But at the same time, I’m not sure if I can do that. I admitted that I didn’t know how much money to give to the NHS.
In a statement issued by St. Thomas in London, McGee confirmed that she had resigned. After the toughest year of my nursing career, I am taking a step back from the NHS, but I hope to return in the future. I’m excited to start a nursing contract in the Caribbean and then a vacation home in New Zealand later this year. I am proud to work at St. Tomas and I have been part of a great team – she wrote.
McGee also spoke in a Channel 4 document about how she took care of Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he battled COVID-19. – There were many, many sick people around him, some of them were dying. I remember when I saw it I thought it looked really bad. It was a really different color. It was so surreal that this was the prime minister. You remember that these were very complex patients who needed to be taken care of and we didn’t know what was going to happen.
Upon his discharge from the hospital, Johnson released a statement praising McGee and fellow nurse Luis Pitarma for staying in his bed all night. In July, McGee was invited to a garden party at Johnson’s Downing Street mansion to celebrate 72 years of the NHS. She also said that she was asked to participate with the Prime Minister in applauding the health service and other key employees at the time, but made it clear that she wanted to stay away from that.