An NHS worker who said she had ‘f *** all’ during the pandemic and claimed the coronavirus was a ‘load of b ******’ is currently under investigation .
Louise Hampton, a Care UK employee, recorded a video criticizing a certificate given to her, thanking her for ‘making a difference for patients’ amid the virus outbreak.
In the clip, posted on her Facebook page, she says: “I am a real NHS worker and apparently I worked really hard during Covid. Did i b ***** ks. That is why it is a certificate of b ***** ks.
“Our service was dead. We weren’t getting calls, it was dead. Covid is a b ***** ks load, so this is my b ***** ks certificate.
Care UK employee Louise Hampton recorded video criticizing a certificate given to her thanking her for ‘making a difference for patients’ amid the virus outbreak
“I didn’t applaud for the NHS, I didn’t applaud for myself. Because why would I clap for myself when I screwed it up?
The next day Ms Hampton said she had received ‘so many messages of support’ from people, including NHS workers.
But she added, “A few people close to me called me ‘mental’ and even said I needed a section for my video!
“Besides, I don’t deserve my children! However, if people want to believe the story is theirs. I will continue to tell my truth !!! ‘
She also posted a meme that read, “If you’ve ever wondered if you respected 1930s Germany, now you know”
Ms Hampton posted a series of posts online about the virus using the hashtags # Covid1984, #NWO, #SaveOurChildren, #Plandemic and #WeWillNotBeMuzzled.
She also posted a meme that read, “If you ever wondered if you would have complied during the 1930s in Germany, now you know. “
A spokesperson for Care UK told MailOnline: ‘We are aware of this video, which we consider to be materially inaccurate in several respects, and can confirm that a member of staff is under investigation.
“We expect all of our colleagues and departments to support the work of the NHS by providing the public with the appropriate information and support during the pandemic.
“Our call centers were, in fact, exceptionally busy, handling a peak of 400% more calls than usual.
“Our teams have shown tremendous commitment and dedication in providing the service, and we have rightly thanked them for their efforts.