Nurses at New Rochelle hospital strike amid COVID-19 surge

- nypost.com

Hundreds of nurses at a Westchester County hospital went on strike Tuesday — accusing their health-care system of underpaying them and creating dangerous staffing issues amid the surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations. At least 200 nurses from Montefiore hospital in New Rochelle walked off the job in a two-day strike as contract negotiations stalled between the...

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- adaderana.lk

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- colombogazette.com

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