ER Doctor Finds A Unique Place To Self-Isolate

I would like to thank all our medical professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.  I greatly appreciate all that you do for our communities.  I also applaud your creativity in where you pick to self-isolate due to being possibly exposed to COVID-19 to protect your family and friends.  The most creative and unique place to self-isolate award goes to an ER doctor in South Texas.  According to TIME, “Dr. Jason Barnes made a temporary home of his children’s treehouse in the backyard of the Corpus Christi home.” How cool is that?  I’ve always wanted a treehouse growing up, well let me be clear, a pink treehouse, but you can’t build a treehouse in palm trees.  How long has Dr. Barnes been in the treehouse? According to the Corpus Christi Caller Times, he “has spent nearly three weeks in the cabin treehouse.  He often shouts down to his kids or sometimes goes up to the glass door of their home to ask for something.”  Thank you again to those in the health care industry for all that you do and the sacrifices that you make daily.

(Source) For the full article from TIME, click here.  For the full article from the Corpus Christi Caller Times, click here. 

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