A group of nurses from Lakeland Regional Health talked with Ledger reporter Gary White about preparations for COVID-19 and what they’re doing to keep their families safe when they return home. Efforts are being made to conserve supplies, they said; for example, masks are being reused for up to seven shifts instead of discarded after one. Still, no supplies are down to crisis level, they said.
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Source: The Ledger

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  1. So worried about people in the nursing homes. They are weak to begin with. I hope all precautions are at the top of each homes list.

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