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The California Department of Public Health’s new “Return to Work” guidance has disappointed several California nurses

Payam Javan: The California Department of Public Health’s new “Return to Work” guidance has disappointed several California nurses.

Those who have tested positive for COVID or have been exposed but are asymptomatic may return to work without further testing or isolation, according to the guidance.

This is only a temporary modification, according to the California Department of Public Health, due to serious personnel shortages caused by the growth of the omicron variant.

The California Nurses Association has criticized the California Department of Public Health for allowing asymptomatic or exposed healthcare workers to return to work without being isolated or tested.

According to the CDPH’s advice, facilities must have made every effort to hire extra employees and evaluate staffing changes before making any temporary changes.

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