My job can be very stressful at times. It’s my job to order all of the supplies necessary to run a 550 Bed Hospital. When we first began to read about the coronavirus, I thought it might be a good idea to stock up on air filters. I also ordered some additional supplies like masks, gloves, and alcohol sanitizing solution. My boss was adamant that the supplies were not necessary, but I used some emergency funding to buy the extra supplies. I purchased three loads of air filters for all of the air purifiers located around the hospital. We have more than a dozen different air purifiers throughout the building, and we change each one of the air filters every other week. I wanted to be certain that we wouldn’t run out of necessary supplies. It’s been almost three months since I made that order, and we still have some air filters in the supply building. It’s a good thing too, because our supplier will only allow us to buy half of the supplies that we usually purchase. We would be in bad shape right now if we didn’t have all of the extra supplies. I don’t see this problem ending anytime soon, so I’m still stocking up on everything that is necessary to keep the hospital running properly. The last thing I want to do is run out of personal protection equipment when my staff is trying to fight a global pandemic. I think it is a shame for any hospital to run out of gloves and masks during a crisis such as this.