COVID-19 Positive Nurses Keep Working in Rural America

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State policy director Dr. Lauren Hughes joins county health officer in rural Kansas Dr. Jennifer McKenney to share about the unique health challenges of rural America in a pandemic. They discuss the modified quarantine and share that nurses who test positive for COVID often keep working in rural America because there is no backfill for their position.

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