Married To Medicine’s Mariah Huq Opens Up About Husband Dr. Aydin Working Frontline In E.R. Amidst Pandemic

Married To Medicine’s Mariah Huq Opens Up About Husband Dr. Aydin Working Frontline In E.R. Amidst Pandemic

Doctors, nurses, and hospital staff are on the frontlines in this chaotic time – saving and protecting lives along the way. Who better to provide insight on the severity of hospital conditions during the coronavirus outbreak than the cast of Bravo’s “Married To Medicine?” Emergency room physician, Dr. Aydin and wife Mariah Huq are letting fans in on the extensive measures they have to take to protect their own family while servicing the public. Mariah recently shared a photo describing just how much social distancing has affected the Huq residence:

“@iluvmariah Me & the babe was supposed to be on a beach vacation this week to celebrate our anniversary. Instead we canceled & he is working on his off days! So many people making sacrifices and all they ask is for us to make a small one. Stay Home. #socialdistancing #HeNeedsOnGloves #HeNeedsOnaLabCoat #washyourhands #SitDown #corona #Covid19 Things will get much worse before it gets better, so let’s attempt to #flattenthecurve #who #FlattenTheCurveFriday #MarriedtoMed They need more #mask #ventilators”

Two weeks ago, Mariah shared that Aydin has to completely change his clothing before he comes in the house at the end of the shift. This further prevents the spread of the disease. His wife’s caption read:

“@iluvmariah When you’re #MarriedtoMedicine in REAL life during an outbreak and your spouse works Frontline in the Emergency Room you have to create Quarantine zones to protect your kids! #NoScrubs in the house! Sending prayers to all Healthcare workers during this mess! Stay Well.. #washyourhands #Lysol #Covid19 #MarriedtoMed #ER #MarriedtoMariah #AydinsNewChangingRoom”

The Huqs go into detail about the importance of social distancing on their YouTube channel:


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“I have people that say, ‘Oh, it’s just the flu don’t worry about it.’ That’s not a smart way of looking at it…The flu virus has been around for decades, so we’ve been able to study it. We have some vaccines- we have some treatment for it. So even though they give you the numbers- ‘Oh, the flu killed this many people.’ The reality is, it’s a new virus…my personal opinion is it has been mutated, and it’s hard to control.”

He continued with some instructions:

“Wash your hands; Six-to-ten feet distance from people. If you have the symptoms: the body aches, the low-grade fever, the sneezing, the runny nose – quarantine yourself. Right now, the studies say 14 days.”

Thank you for your service, Dr. Aydin!

Written by Miata Shanay

Authored by: Miata Shanay