A doctor living in Oxford who was kicked out of his rented accommodation has called on the public to support NHS workers.
Alsousou told the Oxford Mail that he was “almost in tears” at what had happened.
Metro reported that paramedic Joseph Hoar’s landlady gave him just 12 hours over text to leave his accommodation – meaning his 12-hour night shift was made impossible.
Ian McKendrick, Communications officer for Oxfordshire UNISON Health branch told the Oxford Mail that it was “appalling” how some health workers were being treated.
The government must intervene to guarantee peoples homes and income, and put in place help lines that have the power to act to guarantee these things.