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CDC and HealthCare Workers

On December 23rd, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) updated their guidelines for all healthcare workers (nurses, doctors, aids, techs, physical therapy occupational therapy, etc), and stated that healthcare personnel CAN come to work with COVID.  So, for all the ill people out there, especially those going through cancer treatment, please call and check with your facility.  Ask to speak with a manager and ask if their office is staffing based on Conventional, Contingency or Crisis guidelines.

Here is the link to the announcement – scroll down to the chart listed under Key Points: Strategies to Mitigate Healthcare Personnel Staffing Shortages | CDC

Stay safe out there!  Your immune system needs all the help it can get. 

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