Nures protest outside the White House

New report reveals continued government failure to track and report data on Covid-19 deaths of nurses and other health care workers

National Nurses United’s (NNU) updated report Sins of Omission, reveals continued failures by local, state, and federal governments to track and report data on the Covid-19 deaths and infections of nurses and other health care workers as well as widespread resistance by the hospital and health care industry to provide this critical information.

National Nurses United
March 18, 2021

Nurse raising fist and holding sign "We need Medicare For All!"

Nurses applaud the introduction of Medicare for All Act of 2021

National Nurses United applauds the introduction of the Medicare for All Act of 2021, introduced by Representative Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) and Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI), and co-sponsored by more than half of the House Democratic Caucus including 14 committee chairs and key leadership Members.

National Nurses United
March 17, 2021

Sign "VA Nurses Deserve Respect Now"

RNs Applaud the Reintroduction of the VA Employee Fairness Act

National Nurses United applauds Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA) on the reintroduction of the VA Employee Fairness Act.

National Nurses United
March 16, 2021

• Veterans Affairs

3 nurses in front of Alameda facility holding signs: NURSES ESSENTIAL for Patient Care

Registered Nurses at San Leandro and Alameda Hospitals Ratify New Contracts After Years-Long Fight to Improve Patient Care

Registered nurses at Alameda Hospital in Alameda, Calif. and San Leandro Hospital in San Leandro, Calif., recently ratified a pair of collective bargaining agreements that will improve their ability to provide safe patient care as well as recruit and retain experienced nurses at these two public facilities.

California Nurses Association
March 15, 2021

President Joe Biden

Nurses welcome President Biden’s program on Covid-19, urge public to follow pandemic safety measures

National Nurses United today praised President Biden’s announcement of advances in the effort to get all U.S. residents vaccinated, while nurses called for everyone to continue to practice strong safety measures, essential to achieving protection in the face of the still virulent pandemic.

National Nurses United
March 12, 2021