The a/c machines in those ICU wards must be isolated so it does not spread to other areas of the hospital
Few things are absolutely certain and stable in the current geopolitical climate we are in. The economy looked essentially like it was in a steady rise with unemployment rates decreasing to record lows. The stock market was truly thriving and the interest rates on purchasing residences was creating what is called a ‘buyer’s market.’ For the average consumer, things actually seemed to be heading the right direction. But, there’s this whole idea of ‘black swan incidents,’ or unpredictable world-cataclysmic events. The attack on the world trade center was an example, as well as the invention of the internet if you want to think about an example of a positive black swan incident. But this virus setback is no joke in the slightest. People are dying from this sickness, with the number of infected people rising as we move forward. The people I was with and I haven’t even reached peak infection levels as of yet and hospitals are already entirely overwhelmed in every possible way you can think of. They’re having to use special air purification systems that have UV lights. They can wash surfaces with various things like bleach, alcohol, or peroxide based cleaners, however they still have to deal with the viral microbes that go airborne every time an infected patient exhales. The a/c machines in those ICU wards must be isolated so it does not spread to other areas of the hospital. People who are at their residence and trying to ride out the virus are finding it especially hard to breathe without the assistance of a humidifier. The humidifier helps break up the sinus and chest congestion, even if just temporarily. It’s an extremely harsh situation for every person alive on this planet at the moment, however health care workers have it the worst—I truly have no doubt in my mind about that.