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Doctor shares the notes her husband left around the house to ensure she doesn’t ‘contaminate’ him

Cassandra Collyer, who is based in Perth, needed help remembering to shower as soon as she returned home from the hospital, so she asked her partner Aaron for assistance

Cassandra Collyer, who is based in Perth, needed help remembering to shower as soon as she returned home from the hospital, so she asked her partner Aaron for assistance

Cassandra Collyer, who is based in Perth, needed help remembering to shower as soon as she returned home from the hospital, so she asked her partner Aaron for assistance

A doctor working on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic has shared the hilarious way her husband is preventing her from contaminating him and their house. 

Cassandra Collyer, who is based in Perth, Western Australia, needed help remembering to shower as soon as she returned home from the hospital, so she asked her partner Aaron for assistance.

That turned out to be an excellent idea as her work-from-home hubby did his utmost to ensure the 37-year-old was following the rules. 

‘I thought we could all do with a laugh right about now,’ Cassandra said, posting Aaron’s efforts on Facebook. 

What followed were pictures of notes Aaron had pasted at particular points in the house, starting with one that said: 'You are contaminated! Please follow the instructions before interacting with us'

What followed were pictures of notes Aaron had pasted at particular points in the house, starting with one that said: 'You are contaminated! Please follow the instructions before interacting with us'

What followed were pictures of notes Aaron had pasted at particular points in the house, starting with one that said: ‘You are contaminated! Please follow the instructions before interacting with us’

As she entered the house Cassandra saw a second sign that told her to 'stop and get naked here'

As she entered the house Cassandra saw a second sign that told her to 'stop and get naked here'

As she entered the house Cassandra saw a second sign that told her to ‘stop and get naked here’

‘I told him he has to help me remember to shower before doing anything when I get home from work. This is what I came home to today.’

What followed were pictures of notes Aaron had pasted at particular points in the house, starting with one that said: ‘You are contaminated! Please follow the instructions before interacting with us’.

As she entered the house Cassandra saw a second sign that told her to ‘stop and get naked here’.

The arrow Aaron had drawn led to the laundry room, where his wife was directed to wash her hands in the sink and then place her clothes in the washing machine.

‘Next, think True Lies strip scene and walk very slowly,’ the note continued. 

Cassandra was ushered into the bathroom to take a shower because she is a ‘dirty, dirty girl’ in the current infectious environment she works in.

The arrow Aaron had drawn led to the laundry room, where his wife was directed to wash her hands in the sink and then place her clothes in the washing machine

The arrow Aaron had drawn led to the laundry room, where his wife was directed to wash her hands in the sink and then place her clothes in the washing machine

'Next think True Lies strip scene and walk very slowly,' the note continued

'Next think True Lies strip scene and walk very slowly,' the note continued

The arrow Aaron had drawn led to the laundry room, where his wife was directed to wash her hands in the sink and then place her clothes in the washing machine

Cassandra was ushered into the bathroom to take a shower because she is a 'dirty, dirty girl' in the current infectious environment she works in

Cassandra was ushered into the bathroom to take a shower because she is a 'dirty, dirty girl' in the current infectious environment she works in

Cassandra was ushered into the bathroom to take a shower because she is a ‘dirty, dirty girl’ in the current infectious environment she works in

Once clean, Aaron instructed his wife to lie on the bed for a ‘full inspection’, continuing the cheeky nature of his previous letters.

‘Thank you for your cooperation,’ he finished.

Cassandra’s post on social media has since gone viral, despite her fearing it was ‘inappropriate’, and has brought much-needed cheer to healthcare workers Australia wide.

Once clean, Aaron instructed his wife to lie on the bed for a 'full inspection', continuing the cheeky nature of his previous letters

Once clean, Aaron instructed his wife to lie on the bed for a 'full inspection', continuing the cheeky nature of his previous letters

Once clean, Aaron instructed his wife to lie on the bed for a ‘full inspection’, continuing the cheeky nature of his previous letters

Cassandra's post on social media has since gone viral, despite her fearing it was 'inappropriate', and has brought much-needed cheer to healthcare workers Australia wide

Cassandra's post on social media has since gone viral, despite her fearing it was 'inappropriate', and has brought much-needed cheer to healthcare workers Australia wide

Cassandra’s post on social media has since gone viral, despite her fearing it was ‘inappropriate’, and has brought much-needed cheer to healthcare workers Australia wide

‘Sense of humour is what’s keeping a lot of us going at the moment! Glad that people most at risk have kept their humour too,’ one woman said in response.

‘Oh, that is hilarious. He obviously has too much time on his hands,’ said another.

A third added: ‘That’s brilliant. He’s a keeper!’  

Healthcare workers are most at risk of contracting COVID-19 because they are working alongside infected patients all day long.

So far Australia has lost 11 individuals to the disease. 

Source: dailymail UK

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