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Beautiful female curling player Victoria Wright returned to work as a nurse to combat Covid-19 epidemic

Victoria Wright who is the winner of the European gold medal in ice marbles ( which is also known as curling ) has returned to her nursing career to contribute herself to stop the widespread of Covid-19.
The 26-year-old Scottish beauty Victoria Wright has returned to her medical career as an operating room nurse at Forth Valley Larbert Hospital in Scotland after the 2020 Worldwide Curling Championship in Canada. The 2020 Worldwide Curling Championship was canceled due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
“As a nurse, I have a good outlook on life and pay more focus on several essentially important things is to save lives. We can see how quickly things are changing as the epidemic breaks out and I know there are bigger priorities at the moment over sports. So I had to postpone training to get back to my job, ”said Victoria Wright.
Wright took a break from her job – nursing last year to pursue her ambitious dream of winning medals in the Winter Olympics in Beijing 2022. She is an important member of the Scottish ice marbles team, which is considered a heavy candidate. sign for the gold medal of the 2022 Winter Olympics.
“This is a special period of time to create a difference in the most different way. I am contributing to a much larger team with more meaningful actions.” Wright shared her viewpoint.
Wright is a well-trained nurse who has just transitioned to the sporting career since July 2019. Besides training and competition, she still works at the hospital 1 shift per week.
“We all see that there are things which should be put more priority more than sport,” said Wright.