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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    Health care workers will be under intense pressure if COVID-19 arrives here

    Health care workers will be under intense pressure if COVID-19 arrives here


    Public health units, primary care facilities and hospitals are preparing for a coronavirus pandemic.

    New Zealand Nurses Organisation Associate Professional Services Manager Hilary Graham-Smith, says the health and safety of nurses and patients is of top priority.

    She says employers are expected to provide nurses with the correct protection equipment.

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