"Wash your stinkin' hands so you don't get all your babies sick".
Lockler posted the animated - and somewhat saucy - video Saturday, explaining to people how the flu is contracted and how to help keep it from spreading. With the video gaining 5.5 million views and 109,000 shares in just a few days, it seems people are loving her frank advice.
Oh, and she also has a message for everyone yelling at her about the long wait in the emergency room these days: "If you ain't dying now, you're going to have to wait a little bit longer", she says. "Half of them don't realize they have the flu yet - they'll be back".
"Watch this, I'm going to educate y'all an enchantment deceive, it's astonishing!"
"Here are some thoughts if you don't mind me sharing", she continues.
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"If you're not aware of how the flu is spread, the only way you can get it is through your eyes, your nose or your mouth", said Lockler, from Milton, Florida.
"Right now, we have up to 25 to 30 patients sitting for hours in the emergency room waiting room", Lockler said in the video. "And if you don't have what I would call a true emergency, this would not be the time to come to the emergency room".
Locker who has worked as a nurse for 18 years told the Pensacola News Journal that she was pressed to upload the video after she saw the child crawling.
In the video, Lockler gives a strained smile as she offers ideas for avoiding spreading flu, and shows how to sneeze safely by placing one's face against a sleeve at a bent elbow.
Lockler, who works at multiple emergency rooms in the Northwest Florida area, said she sat down in her auto after a 12-hour shift at work on Saturday with the intent to send a message from a health care professional's perspective. It may not have been her intention, but she is thrilled that her important message is getting out.
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A harsh flu season is in full swing across the United States, with a sharp increase in the number of older people and children being hospitalized, according to the CDC. The CDC reports that we're in the middle of the worst flu season in nearly a decade, with widespread cases of the infection in every state save for Hawaii.
Flu season is well under way, bringing with it plenty of people suffering through bad symptoms, and even more medical professionals wishing that the general public would take better safety precautions.
"We aren't out of the woods yet, but there are steps everyone can take to fight the flu", Shuchat said.
The petition, which had garnered almost 2,700 signatures by Friday morning, stated that the nurse "posted an unbelievable video to Facebook regarding the flu and how it is spread along with great tips on home treatment".
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