A hospital in Minnesota closed its emergency room and urgent care after nurses went on strike Sunday morning, according to NewsNation Now.
Allina Health in Plymouth, Minnesota, is closing for three days while nurses try to negotiate a new contract, including increased holiday pay and better benefits, NewsNation Now reported.
A Minnesota hospital temporarily closed its emergency room and urgent care facility after nurses went on strike Sunday morning.
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“At a time when hospitals are under significant pressure throughout the state and country due to sustained high volumes from COVID-19 and other acute illness, a work stoppage benefits no one,” Allina Health said in a statement, according to NewsNation Now.
Allina Health has reportedly tried to negotiate with the Minnesota Nurses Association seven times since May 2021. (RELATED: Study: Nurses, People Of Color And NY/NJ Healthcare Workers Disproportionately Died From COVID-19)
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So Allina offered the nurses a bad deal 7 times since May 2021.