As many as two-thirds of nurses, by some estimates, have said
they’ve considered leaving their jobs over the past few months. Given the
various horrors of the last year and a half, it’s easy to understand why:
Stories of crowded city pandemic wards and medical staff sourcing their own PPE
are impossible to shake. In the New Yorker, a nurse described ending most days
by walking into her apartment, sliding down onto the floor, and crying.
Hospital workers hosed themselves down at the ends of their...
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