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Cò ris a tha obair Dtr Hughes coltach aig an àm seo?

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Hàlo, is mise Lewis Hughes agus tha mi nam dhotair ag obair faisg air Glaschu.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Air latha àbhaisteach, bhiodh lèine cheart orm ach chan eil an-diugh o chionn ’s nach eil sinn a’ cur oirnn an aodach againn fhèin an-dràsta aig an obair againn.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] O chionn ’s gu bheil mi ag obair ann an hospice , feumaidh sinn a’ dèanamh cinnteach gu bheil na patients againn sàbhailte.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Leis an t-suidheachadh seo a thaobh an bhìoras, feumaidh sinn a bhith a’ dèanamh cinnteach nach faigh sinne bhìoras ach a bharrachd air a sin, feumaidh sinn a’ dèanamh cinnteach nach gabhaidh sinn an bhìoras a-steach gu na patients anns an hospice.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Ged a bheil feum againn uile a bhith a’ cumail ris na riaghailtean a thaobh social distancing, feumaidh sinn a bhith nas faiceallaiche fhathast còmhla ri na patients againn o chionn ‘s gu bheil underlying health conditions aca mar cancer.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] So le sin, feumaidh sinn a bhith a’ cur oirnn aodach nach eil air a bhith taobh a-mach an togalaich agus tha sinn a’ cur oirnn masks airson cuid den ùine cuideachd.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Tha e neònach masg bhith ort fad an latha agus mus tèid mi a-steach gu seòmar patient, tha mi a’ gabhail am masg dheth gus am faic iad cò tha a’ tighinn a-steach agus gum bi iad eòlach orm.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Tha e glè chuideachail gu bheil daoine a’ fuireach dhachaigh fhad ’s a tha seo a’ dol. Chan eil sibh dìreach gad chumail fhèin sàbhailte, ach sinne a tha ag obair an seo agus na patients againn. So mòran taing airson sin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What’s Dr Hughes’s work like at this time?

English Beurla

[Dr Lewis Hughes] Hello, I’m Lewis Hughes and I’m a doctor working near Glasgow.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] On a normal day, I’d wear a proper shirt but not today because we’re not wearing our own clothes right now at work.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] Because I work in a hospice, we need to make sure that our patients are safe.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] With the current situation in terms of the virus, we need to make sure that we don’t get the virus but, as well as that, we need to make sure that we don’t take the virus in to our patients in the hospice.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] Although we all need to keep to the social distancing rules, we need to be even more careful with our patients because they have underlying health conditions like cancer.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] So with that, we need to put on clothes that haven’t been outside of the building and we also wear masks for some of the time.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] It’s strange to wear a mask all day and before I enter a patient’s room, I take my mask off so that they can see who is coming in and so that they recognise me.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] It’s really helpful that people are staying home while this goes on. You’re not just keeping yourselves safe, but also us working here and our patients.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cò ris a tha obair Dtr Hughes coltach aig an àm seo?

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Hàlo, is mise Lewis Hughes agus tha mi nam dhotair ag obair faisg air Glaschu.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Air latha àbhaisteach, bhiodh lèine cheart orm ach chan eil an-diugh o chionn ’s nach eil sinn a’ cur oirnn an aodach againn fhèin an-dràsta aig an obair againn.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] O chionn ’s gu bheil mi ag obair ann an hospice , feumaidh sinn a’ dèanamh cinnteach gu bheil na patients againn sàbhailte.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Leis an t-suidheachadh seo a thaobh an bhìoras, feumaidh sinn a bhith a’ dèanamh cinnteach nach faigh sinne bhìoras ach a bharrachd air a sin, feumaidh sinn a’ dèanamh cinnteach nach gabhaidh sinn an bhìoras a-steach gu na patients anns an hospice.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Ged a bheil feum againn uile a bhith a’ cumail ris na riaghailtean a thaobh social distancing, feumaidh sinn a bhith nas faiceallaiche fhathast còmhla ri na patients againn o chionn ‘s gu bheil underlying health conditions aca mar cancer.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] So le sin, feumaidh sinn a bhith a’ cur oirnn aodach nach eil air a bhith taobh a-mach an togalaich agus tha sinn a’ cur oirnn masks airson cuid den ùine cuideachd.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Tha e neònach masg bhith ort fad an latha agus mus tèid mi a-steach gu seòmar patient, tha mi a’ gabhail am masg dheth gus am faic iad cò tha a’ tighinn a-steach agus gum bi iad eòlach orm.

[Dtr Lewis Hughes] Tha e glè chuideachail gu bheil daoine a’ fuireach dhachaigh fhad ’s a tha seo a’ dol. Chan eil sibh dìreach gad chumail fhèin sàbhailte, ach sinne a tha ag obair an seo agus na patients againn. So mòran taing airson sin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What’s Dr Hughes’s work like at this time?

English Beurla

[Dr Lewis Hughes] Hello, I’m Lewis Hughes and I’m a doctor working near Glasgow.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] On a normal day, I’d wear a proper shirt but not today because we’re not wearing our own clothes right now at work.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] Because I work in a hospice, we need to make sure that our patients are safe.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] With the current situation in terms of the virus, we need to make sure that we don’t get the virus but, as well as that, we need to make sure that we don’t take the virus in to our patients in the hospice.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] Although we all need to keep to the social distancing rules, we need to be even more careful with our patients because they have underlying health conditions like cancer.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] So with that, we need to put on clothes that haven’t been outside of the building and we also wear masks for some of the time.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] It’s strange to wear a mask all day and before I enter a patient’s room, I take my mask off so that they can see who is coming in and so that they recognise me.

[Dr Lewis Hughes] It’s really helpful that people are staying home while this goes on. You’re not just keeping yourselves safe, but also us working here and our patients.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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àbhaisteach - normal

suidheachadh - situation

cinnteach - sure

faiceallach - careful

sàbhailte - safe

seòmar - room