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The nursing profession has been in the spotlight over the last year. They're on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, but they've been on the frontlines for treating the sick for much longer. On this episode of KSL+, we explore what the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed about the nursing profession, and why do many are leaving the profession.
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A year out from the beginning of the pandemic, this week marking nearly a year since Utah Gov. Gary Herbert launched the Stay Safe, Stay Home initiative, encouraging people to stay home where they could, especially encouraging people to work from home when they could.
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