Australia's Olympic women's field hockey goalkeeper shared her experience of working as a nurse at two COVID-19 clinics in Perth, during an interview from the Australian city on Friday.
«I was training with the Hockeyroos this year, training towards the Olympics, once that was postponed I changed across into nursing,» said Australian female hockey team goalkeeper Rachael Lynch, who also works as... Еще a nurse in neuro-rehabilitation at Perth's Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Lynch touched down on some «similarities» between working in a rehabilitation ward and hockey, saying «people come to us after they had an acute incident, and then almost train their way back to normal health in a sense.»
«They are technically training, so it's a bit similar to what I do. So I'm just trying to help facilitate that.»
«I'm always very proud to be a nurse and to say that I'm a nurse and to be in a position where you can help people,» Lynch said. «I guess at a time like this it's certainly being accentuated how important health care workers are.»
According to Australian government data, there are 6,203 confirmed cases and 53 deaths related to COVID-19 in the country as of Friday.
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