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Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
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At virtual press conference briefing on Covid surge, nurses urge employers, government, public to “Listen to nurses”

At a virtual press conference held Monday, Nov. 23 to brief the nation on the challenges they face now as Covid-19 surges in almost every state, National Nurses United RNs impassionately urged their employers, government, and the public to “Listen to nurses” and follow the science of infection control that the country needs to mitigate the catastrophic death and suffering they are anticipating heading into the winter and holiday seasons.

National Nurses United
November 23, 2020
NNU press conference on Covid-19 preparedness

Nurses hold virtual press conference to brief nation on most current challenges they face during recent Covid surge

National Nurses United will hold a virtual press conference Monday, Nov. 23 to brief the nation on the challenges nurses face now as Covid-19 infection rates, hospitalizations, and deaths surge to record-breaking highs in almost every state.

National Nurses United
November 20, 2020
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UCLA Nurses Hold Vigil to Alert Public of Patient Safety Concerns During Covid-19 Pandemic

Registered nurses at University of California, Los Angeles will hold a vigil on Monday, Nov. 23 to alert the public to their patient safety concerns as hospitalizations spike in the county.

California Nurses Association
November 20, 2020
Sign "VA Nurses Deserve Respect Now"

RNs at Rocky Mountain VA rally to alert public to patient safety concerns, short staffing, and intimidation of nurses exercising their union rights

Registered nurses at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado will hold a rally Friday, Nov. 20 to alert the public about patient safety issues as a result of chronic short staffing, to denounce hospital management’s decision to implement widespread shift changes, and to employ overt intimidation tactics as an attempt to deny the nurses their collective bargaining rights.

National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United
November 19, 2020

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Nurse holds signs "RNs Global Solidarity"

Global Nurses United demands World Health Organization strengthen Covid-19 guidance

Global Nurses United (GNU), a federation of the world’s premiere nurse and health care worker unions, today sent a letter to the World Health Organization (WHO), demanding that the WHO strengthen its guidance on Covid-19.

Global Nurses United
November 19, 2020