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Some Places Were Short on Nurses Before the Virus. The Pandemic is Making it Much Worse.

Published in: The Washington Post

“Nurses who are furloughed chose not to come back to work, either because of health concerns or now they are staying home because they have children they are home-schooling,” said Soumi Saha, vice president of advocacy for Premier, a consulting firm that works with thousands of hospitals and nursing homes.

That leaves more opportunities for people like Lydia Mobley, a 30-year-old Fastaff travel nurse working overnights in an intensive care unit in Lansing, Mich. Making $70 an hour, much more than she could earn as a staff nurse, Mobley works as many shifts as she can handle. She will bank the money and take a significant break when her current contract ends Jan. 3, a pattern she has followed for years.

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