Good luck Robin.
Deaths have spiked locally to 6 in one day, the highest number so far. One of them was one of my centre's nurses, who used to quietly run the dialysis unit. Infection took place offsite. Nobody else here affected.
The death rate rise is inevitable. We can feel it getting closer; I wish we had a 3 week hiatus to get my immunity up but nope, we're in the thick already. 5 more P1 cases detected in the community. No line of transmission, so the thing is uncontained.
We have one internal medicine case in the unit. Most of the regular work is postponed/rescheduled because of risks. I might be able to get some time off if things stay quiet.
Be paranoid about it carry full PPE all the time (spare apron and eye protection in thigh pockets) and trust your own judgement rather than paperwork or assurances, some people will try to palm the infected off on you as clear if they are frightened/lazy enough. You'll be able to feel the heat of the fever from a few feet away with people running a proper infection.