About 700 nurses return to work may 23 at 10:34 am in the Corona Virus
Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the Japan Nursing Association requested that nurses who are leaving their jobs return to work, and by the end of this month, about 10,000 people had returned to work.
The Japan Nursing Association sent an email to about 10,000 nurses, associate nurses, public health nurses and other nurses who have left their jobs on The Sun last month, a day after the government declared a state of emergency due to concerns about the lack of shortages of nurses and other nurses due to the spread of the new coronavirus.
As a result, of the jobs submitted from hospitals and social welfare facilities by this month, the number of people who are about a year old has returned to work.
Those who return to work are checking to see if the person who visits the hospital entrance has a fever, and are doing business such as health care and infection control measures at the accommodation of the person with the minor disease.
The Japan Nursing Association continues to match nursing and workplaces seeking reinreturn, as the new coronavirus epidemic is a concern for the second and third waves, and we hope to enhance training before returning to work so that those who return to work can work with peace of mind.