Shetook a break from her job as a community care nurse in Ottawa and moved nearly 400 kilometres away to work at a long term care facility fighting a COVID 19 outbreak.”At the time I still hadn found myself a permanent home. Canadians are starting to come to terms with the fact that the people doing “essential” work the kindthat saves lives and keeps vital services running areoften paid little to do it.”We deserve to have employment that secure,” Slinskisaid.”The biggest challenge for us as workers is that it virtually impossible to find a permanent, full time position that pays us a living wage.” is part time said registered practicalnurses in hospitals can make eight to 10 dollars more an hour than she did as a community care nurse. She said staff members are regularly cleaning and changing personal protective equipmentwhile dealing with patients whose conditions sometimes decline rapidly.”The staffing is very skeletal right now so there really isn that much time to mourn,” she said.
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Having said this about posts that are just false information, let’s turn to genuine posts. A bombardment of viral posts about Coronavirus all the time is making people mentally ill. There seems no break. Always, the student volunteers on the Homecoming Committee have done an outstanding job planning a mix of events that appeal to students, alumni, families and community members alike, says Wisconsin Alumni Association President and CEO Paula Bonner. Time honored Homecoming traditions such as Yell Like Hell and the parade are what keep them coming back, and our students always manage to add a new twist that makes them even more fun than the year before. The schedule of activities:The race begins at noon on Sunday in front of the Memorial Union and includes a 5K run and a 3K walk that wraps around campus via Langdon Street, State Street and Observatory, finishing back at the Memorial Union.