At around the age of 91, Encarnacion Castillo has been in a nursing home for some time. With three children, four grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren, the only thing that bothers her about changing the year is, once again, Inability to see themselves due to increased cases to Corona virus. “What I want is to fix things,” says the woman.
According to Imserso, he was there in Spain 30,700 deaths from COVID-19 in residences of the third age. Nearly two years into the pandemic, workers, employees and their families are very clear about their wishes for 2022, especially Encarnación: “Let the virus go away and none of my children get infected with it; be healthy.”
His daughter, Marie Carmen Hernandez, cannot take her home these days due to the increase in cases. Therefore, his desire for his family, especially his mother, to have “the health”. And we can meet, I stay with her one day, my children and grandchildren go to a restaurant.”
Encarnación, for her part, is quiet in the dormitory of Lantus Calella, where angels in white pajamas take care of her. They also put all their hopes in 2022 and ask this for the elderly who live in the dwelling: “They can resume life, habits and communicationTo express affection, they can live with a sense of freedom”, says Jean-Marco Riva, director of the residence.
They all have good wishes and have a delusion that 2022 is the year we end the coronavirus.