Nurse who refused vaccine for herself and her kids contracts COVID for a second time

Sadye Matula

by: Darren Kramer, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Feb 4, 2022 / 04:46 AM PST / Up to date: Feb 4, 2022 / 04:46 AM PST NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Camile is in her second year of getting a registered nurse at a big Connecticut clinic. Previous drop, she said […]

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Camile is in her second year of getting a registered nurse at a big Connecticut clinic. Previous drop, she said she was worried about the very long-expression consequences of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Camile, who did not present her very last identify, also said she was self-confident she had antibodies from her first scenario of COVID. A few weeks in the past, Camile came down with COVID again when doing work the overnight shift at her clinic dealing with cancer patients.

“It was about 2 a.m. and all of a unexpected I had shortness of breath and I couldn’t breathe. In my intellect I was contemplating, effectively it’s most likely not COVID because I by now experienced COVID. It’s very exceptional to get it a second time. And then in the early morning the problems, the muscle soreness, the exhaustion, and then I commenced obtaining fevers,” Camile said.

Camile says she was just one of the initial of a flurry of COVID scenarios on her cancer flooring.

“People weren’t actually popping up with COVID on our employees or on our ground. Our floor was cleanse at the time. Then I popped up and then everyone really a lot begun popping up.”

Camile

“People weren’t actually popping up with COVID on our employees or on our floor. Our floor was thoroughly clean at the time. Then I popped up and then most people pretty substantially commenced popping up,” Camile claimed.

When questioned if she thinks she gave COVID to any of the oncology sufferers, Camile responded, “there’s no way to truly inform.”

Asked if she regrets not having the vaccine just after having COVID on the oncology ground, she said, “…I perhaps would ponder that hypothetical if there wasn’t so several vaccinated staff members that also acquired COVID.”

Dr. Onyema Ogbuagu is an infectious disorder specialist at Yale. He suggests the COVID vaccine is the best way to protect health care employees and the sufferers they provide.

“Vaccination does protect robustly towards the circulating virus and the more recent variants. Boosters are truly important for omicron especially and each individual health care employee would do perfectly to get vaccinated,” Dr. Ogbuagu claimed.

Camile’s teenage son asked to get the vaccine, but she would not permit him. He bought COVID far too.

When requested if Camile experienced any regrets about not getting the vaccine after acquiring COVID two times and working with cancer clients, she said, “No. If I had omicron, as they say, I’m secured against Delta and COVID.”

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