Friday on MSNBC’s “NewsNation with Tamron Hall,” the co-president of the National Nurses Union Jane Ross said 84 percent of nurses say their hospitals are still not holding the essential interactive training programs for Ebola.
Hall asked, “As I understand it, the National Nurses Union recently took a survey 84 percent say, of the nurses their hospital is still not holding the essential interactive training programs and more than a third say inadequate supplies of protective gear. Was that taken before the two nurses contracted Ebola? Is this a recent figure,
Ross answered, “Yes, we keep updating our numbers. It started before the nurses in Dallas were infected. We have now over 3,000 responses. 900 hospitals in every state.”
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