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Will states begin looking too those currently  unemployed to help out in some capacity in the heathcare field during the COVID 19 pandemic ?

Even if those currently unemployed and on benefits have no prior professional medical and health care experience?

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  • 2 months ago

    No. You can't be a doctor or a nurse without doctor or nurse training and the proper qualifications. Same as an EMT and other healthcare jobs.

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    2 months ago

    This isn’t world war 3. No, we’re not going to draft random people. They want people to STAY home. That’s their job.

    People are already looking for ways to help out/make money if they want. But no one is goi bf to be forced. This will be way less severe in 2 months.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Possibly. If the hospitals can get enough PPE to protect who we used to call “candy strippers” but are now called junior volunteers. And they would most likely have to be volunteers (unpaid.) Since hospitals prefer a minimal number of staffers in order to maximize profits. 

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Not to work in medicine, no.

    They may be sourced to provide ancillary services such as child care for first responders, medical workers and other truly essential employees. 

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