Katherine Lockler, Nurse in Florida, Actually Bugged by Flu

Katherine Lockler, Nurse in Florida, Actually Bugged by Flu

Katherine Lockler, Nurse in Florida, Actually Bugged by Flu

It continues, "Please sign this petition if you support ER Nurses and staff and the spreading of education during this awful flu season".

Kat Lockler, who is an emergency room nurse in Northwest Florida, is going viral because of the no-nonsense video warning she posted to Facebook. Her post has been shared almost 60,000 times and the video views are over 3 million. Lockler encourages people to wash their hands, and not to bring healthy kids to the ER.

"There is a cesspool of funky flu at the E.R. right now", she said, requesting people to not come to the emergency room if they necessarily don't need to, especially to visit others. "If you don't have what I call a true emergency, this would not be the time to come to the emergency room".

"I think there's a little bit of sarcasm in my voice because the instructions were given so many times and they were not received well", she told the News Journal.

"Watch this. I'm going to teach you a magic trick". "There is a cesspool of funky flu at the ER right now". One local nurse has gotten so frustrated with the way some people have handled the abnormally harsh season that she recorded a video from her auto after a long day of work to vent.

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She breaks down the math: "Some of them are not true emergencies, but they're waiting along with the flu right next to them".

While pretending to sneeze, Lockler showed how she sneezes into the crook of her arm, covering both her nose and mouth at the same time, she noted. So guess what? Five flu's came in, 15 flu's walk out.

"The biggest problem for me was seeing people come in to visit and not only being exposed to this very bad flu virus, but not taking the correct precautions to get themselves disinfected before going out in the world", she said.

AN EXHAUSTED nurse launched a brazen six minute Facebook tirade educating her social media followers on how they can stop spreading the flu virus because "it seems people aren't aware". Perhaps the most memorable moment of dialogue is when she advises people to simply wash their hands.

"Also, rather than the father getting what a nurse of 10 years is imparting to him, he stated, 'Eh, it's no major ordeal, it'll construct his safe framework.' So there's an absence of comprehension and an absence of enthusiasm for recognizing what to do to secure themselves some of the time". "I tend to be sarcastic in all my speaking, but if it's taken wrong I would definitely apologize to that group that misheard my message because of my tone". Her reasoning? If you go in there for one ailment, you'll probably catch another, namely the flu. "We're putting ourselves in the thick of some nasty germs to help".

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