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Rockhampton nurse referred to CCC for working while showing coronavirus symptoms

SBS Saturday, 23 May 2020
A nurse who continued to work at a Queensland nursing home after showing symptoms of COVID-19 has been referred to the Crime and Corruption Commission.
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For the loved ones of patients in memory care units and nursing homes, the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has taken an enormous toll. Florida issued an emergency order in March that prohibits visits to long-term care facilities, except for families and friends in end-of-life circumstances. Gov. Ron DeSantis extended the restrictions this week for another 60 days.

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