I’m working on an inpatient oncology covid unit right now, and that’s the only reason why I’m provided with an n95 for my shift. So yes, I agree, maybe working in Covid units/ED/ICU, is the safest choice for now, provided that staff is equipped with appropriate ppe. I know my colleagues on regular inpatient onc floor can still keep their pt on the floor if the team decides to rule the pt out for covid, but staff is not given any n95 unless an aerolising procedure is performed! Also, I know of an onc pt who was only on contact precautions for mrsa and had been admitted for a week, and as she started spiking fevers the team decided to test her for covid, and voila, she’s now positive and moved to my floor. Wonder how many staff went into that room without masks on when she was only on contact.