Why I quit my job at a company that makes vaccines
When I was 17, I had a terrible case of pneumonia.
It was the flu season and I was having a bad day.
I felt better when I was on antibiotics, but I was still feeling woozy.
I thought my lungs would shut down, but it didn’t.
I just kept waking up in the middle of the night, coughing and sneezing.
I finally realized I was allergic to some of the drugs that doctors use to treat infections.
I stopped taking the antibiotics.
I didn’t even remember why I had stopped taking them.
For two weeks, I felt fine, until the next time I went to the doctor.
I had asthma and had been diagnosed with COPD.
I was at my lowest point, and I couldn’t get back to work.
When I went into the ER, I thought, Why?
I have a case of COPD?
It’s just asthma.
I remember looking at the nurses and thinking, I don’t want to be in that room.
I said, I need to get my lungs checked out.
The nurse said, No, we don’t have the lung function.
It’s COPD, but we don to know it.
I asked what the problem was.
She said, COPD is a virus.
I think it’s a virus, but they don’t tell you what it is.
She told me to go get tested for it.
When she left, I was so embarrassed and ashamed, that I didn.
I told my mom, that’s what I wanted to do, and she told me I could go back to school.
I’m not sure why I went back to my job.
But I felt guilty.
I got a job at the pharmacy.
It wasn’t easy to find a job.
I used to walk into the pharmacy, and people would stare at me.
I would have to ask them what they were doing, or if they were working.
They’d be like, I’m doing this because I have COPD and I want to help people, but my lung is not functioning.
I needed a new job.
Now I can’t get a new one because of COP.
I can do the work, but how do I pay the rent?
I can only afford about $1,000 a month, and it doesn’t cover my rent.
It doesn’t even cover the cost of groceries.
And I don.
It makes me so sad that I can afford to pay rent to this pharmacy, but not a single penny of my medical bills.
I really need to find another job, but the fear keeps me from taking a new position.
If I went home and quit, what would happen to my family?
Would they be able to afford the bills?
I don?t want my family to have to pay for my medical care.
I want them to get out of my life.
So, I quit.
I have been out of work for more than a year now.
I am unemployed, with no savings.
I also don’t think I will be able afford to get the vaccines that I need.
I know that my mom is worried about my safety, but she says that I donot want my kid to have asthma.
She also thinks that I have allergies.
I do not.
I hope I can make a living wage in a way that I would not in my previous job.