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Gary Oldershaw, a frontline NHS worker, has spoken of his dismay after he was suspended from a hospital for telling Covid deniers on Facebook to follow government rules. He took to social media after a “tough” 12-hour shift in the intensive care unit at Broomfield Hospital, where he saw seven patients lose their lives.
He said he began to cry for the first time in 30 years at work after watching young, healthy people die at Chelmsford Hospital, Essex.
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Gary Oldershaw is 53 years old. He has worked for the NHS in various roles for over 30 years.
NHS: Gary Oldershaw suspended
Gary Oldershaw reportedly wrote a lengthy spiel on January 4 after seeing a friend’s post-Covid conspiracy theories and begged, ‘Please, please listen and stay safe.’ home and take care.
But after an anonymous complaint was made about the content of his post, which included profanity, he was shocked when he was told that he had been suspended. Gary claims that the Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust told him that he had been fired for “discrediting the trust, as he was due to start his shift on February 7.”
He said he never mentioned where he worked and only offered the government’s own advice, but admitted that he could have avoided using “such colorful language.”
Gary Oldershaw Facebook
Gary wrote: “Peeps. I know some of my friends here are not believers in the Covid crisis, but let me just say this.
If you got bored during the lockdown, come to Essex and follow me at work.
“As you know, I work as an ODP (operations department intern) in a busy hospital and I take care of all kinds of things within the operations department.
“This Covid lark is completely new to us. We used to go to work, help with operations, and come home satisfied with what we had accomplished that day, knowing that we had done our bit to help people.
“Now things are so different. This is not “the common cold or even the winter flu.”
“This is real shit. It seemed convenient to me, young people die in my arms. I have seen these people die while I squeeze their chests to regain life.
“I have recently seen close colleagues go from wearing a mask and into a drug induced coma within hours because they are tired and just want to end it all. “It is very sad out there. For the love of God. Hear what doctors and the government tell us. Stay home and take care of yourself.
‘This is not false. Hospitals are not empty. These media photos are photos of outpatient departments.
“Please listen and stay safe.
Gary Oldershaw Broomfield
Gary, who came out of semi-retirement to help treat coronavirus patients, has now vowed never to return to the hospital where he worked for 17 years. Gary, from St Osyth, Essex, said: “When I was first suspended I was doubting my own ability, I thought maybe I had put a patient in danger or someone had died while on duty.
“It worried me during my days that I inadvertently killed someone. When I found out it was Facebook, it was so ridiculous.