As hospitals struggle in Los Angeles County, Intensive Care Unit nurses confront tough choices: remain in the coronavirus trenches for patients and colleagues, or quit when you are overwhelmed?
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Published: 2020-12-16 05:07 am
ICU Workers Are Quitting Due To Crushing Stress From COVID-19 Surge
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As hospitals struggle in Los Angeles County, Intensive Care Unit nurses confront tough choices: remain in the coronavirus trenches for patients and colleagues, or quit when you are overwhelmed?

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