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“It’s getting scary,” Iowa nurse talks about working on the frontline – KCCI Des Moines

With the holiday season approaching, University of Iowa nurse Nick Klein says he’s worried family gatherings will contribute to the virus spreading even further….



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IOWA CITY, Iowa —In Iowa, as of Friday night, the new number of daily COVID-19 cases is near record highs with more than 4,000 people testing positive in a 24-hour-period. With so many Iowans getting COVID-19 and needing care in a hospital, many health care workers are working overtime to care for COVID-19 patients.
Nick Klein is in his sixth year of being a registered nurse. He spoke to KCRG and says this year is unlike anything hes ever faced.
“We didnt really know, it seems like, what to expect…

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