‘Stay at Home’ plea from healthcare workers.

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Healthcare workers have a simple message for everyone: Stay home.

Doctors and nurses are sharing signs from hospitals all over the world as they work on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has so far killed over 11,000 people globally.

At the time of reporting, on March 21, there are 276,000 confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide, with that number expected to increase significantly. Over 1,000 of those infections are in Australia.

The main aim of governments and populations is to ‘flatten the curve’ — that is, mitigating the community transmission of coronavirus to keep the number of new cases at a manageable level, so as not to overwhelm our healthcare systems.

How do we do that? By social distancing and staying at home, which will significantly decrease the chances of coming into contact with the virus.

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