KKTV: New Survey – COVID Cases Are Plummeting, but Pandemic Stress Still Hits Hard for Nurses

COVID case numbers are dropping both in Colorado and across the U.S., yet nurses are still feeling the gloom of pandemic stress. Nursing agency IntelyCare recently surveyed 500 nurses nationwide, finding more than half of them (56%) sacrifice mental health for their jobs. Also, more than 2 in 5 (41%) are considering leaving the profession.

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