7 staff members at St. Boniface Hospital’s COVID-19 unit resigned in 9 days: memo
Nurse who resigned said the working conditions at the Winnipeg hospital are 'horrible' and stressful
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This article was published 15/09/2021 (334 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
St. Bonificace Hospital has seen seven staff resignations in the span of nine days in one of its COVID-19 units, according to a memo emailed to staff at the Winnipeg hospital.
The email was sent by hospital management to staff on Sept. 10. It outlined “risks” for the 6A unit, where COVID-19 patients are treated.
“It’s been too long of a time without any support,” one of the nurses who resigned from the unit told CBC News.
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