‘RV’s 4 MD’s’ keeps front line heroes from endangering their families, offers safe place to quarantine
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) — A new effort, launched on Facebook in late-March, pairs healthcare workers on the front line with empty RV’s. It’s a way to ease concern their exposure to COVID-19 could put their own families at risk.
The online group is called “RV’s 4 MD’s To Fight the Corona Virus” and it’s helping people across Canada and the U.S., including the Bay Area.
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Locally, ABC7 News learned about a Bay Area doctor on the front line and his family at home.
The St. Martin’s are taking no chances when it comes to keeping their family safe and healthy.
“He has been on strict protocol when he gets home,” Megan St. Martin said about her husband. “We have him strip down at the washing machine, take everything off, and go right to the shower.”
This week, the St. Martin’s introduced a new measure.