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GPH nurses plan ‘sick out’ as gov’t, union remain at impasse on demands by frontline workers

While a union deadline for a threatened strike by health sector workers expires today, nurses attached to the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) have made clear that they will be engaged in a “sick out” as they continue to press for their demands for better wages and working conditions while on the frontlines of managing the COVID-19 response.

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