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Nurses are the most trusted spokespeople in health care. That’s why we want to keep Manitobans informed about the impacts of ongoing health care cuts and closures. You will receive updates on campaign activities, breaking health care news and research, and information about how you can make a difference.

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**MEDIA STATEMENT** - Nurses Call for PPE Supply Transparency - mailchi.mp/manitobanurses/ppe-supply-transparency ... See MoreSee Less

**MEDIA STATEMENT** - Nurses Call for PPE Supply Transparency - https://mailchi.mp/manitobanurses/ppe-supply-transparency

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Excellent! We need to protect all Frontline Workers! Thanks!

I have a question about nurses that should be addressed to the Prime Minister. If a nurse fears for her or his own safety and well being and safety and decides to quit what kind of benefits can they qualify for?Is it not a right to every Canadian to refuse work if they feel it is unsafe for thier own well being?

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Manitoba Nurses Union

More pictures of yesterday's rally in appreciation of health care workers! Thank you to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and their members for organizing such a great display of solidarity. We are all in this together. 💪 ... See MoreSee Less

More pictures of yesterdays rally in appreciation of health care workers! Thank you to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers and their members for organizing such a great display of solidarity. We are all in this together. 💪
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Parkview Place says a staff member who last worked on April 2 is confirmed to have the disease caused by the new coronavirus.

https://trib.al/oyGoL5a

Prior to the Pallister/Bowman presser, the Manitoba Nurses Union is calling on the province to be transparent on PPE levels in the province.

"Over the past month, MNU has received countless reports from nurses on the frontlines about lack of access to even basic PPEs."

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