Travel Nurses Race to Covid-19 Hot Spots

“When the pandemic began, I thought, ‘I’m going to go help, I can do some good, I can make some good money. I was like Dorothy landing in Oz. I was totally unprepared for the reality,” Laura Liffiton, a contract nurse traveling to different Covid-19 hotspots told The New York Times recently. Travel nurses like Liffiton work on temporary contracts for higher fees and move between cities where there is an urgent need. Read more about the rising demand below.




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