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A Russian nurse is under investigation for being out of uniform while passing medications to patients in an all-male coronavirus hospital ward.

According to media reports, the nurse, who is in her 20s, is under investigation for making rounds while wearing only her underwear and a transparent latex gown in an all-male coronavirus ward at Tula Regional Clinical Hospital.

An amused patient took a photo of the nurse's unusual protective garb and posted it on social media where it went viral this week.

The patient said there was no objection to the nurse's outfit in the hospital ward. But he admitted to "some embarrassment."

Hospital officials disciplined the nurse for wearing "lingerie" around the male patients. Additionally, she was written up for "non-compliance with the requirements for medical clothing."

The nurse, who has not been identified, explained she wore the odd PPE outfit because she was "too hot" while wearing her nurse's uniform under the latex gown.

Despite the reaction from her male patients, she claimed she didn't realize the latex gown was so revealing. She said she chose to wear a "swimming suit" under the transparent gown rather than nothing at all.

Russia has reported over 300,000 Covid-19 cases and 2,972 deaths.
 

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A nurse who works at a New York hospital treating coronavirus patients took to YouTube to blow the whistle on "negligent doctors” who she says are "literally murdering" Black people.

According to the CDC, Black people account for 30% of deaths attributed to the virus. New York state has the highest rate of Covid-19 deaths at 19,000+.

But one nurse claims Black people are not dying from Covid-19 -- they are being "murdered" by "negligent" doctors.

Nicole Sirotek, an ICU nurse from Nevada who traveled to NYC to help out on the frontlines, posted a YouTube video describing the "gross negligence and mismanagement" that results in deaths of minority patients daily.

"Nobody cares because they're all minorities," Sirotek said in a video. She said she was once assigned to care for a patient who was already in a body bag.

"They're not dying of Covid. Yes, people are going to die of Covid, I know this, I'm not a new grad student. I am literally saying they're murdering these people. And nobody cares because they're all minorities and we're in the f**king hood and that's not okay."

While nurses are being honored during Nurses Week 2020, which begins on May 6 and ends on May 12, other nurses have come under attack on social media for posting thousands of TikTok videos of themselves dancing and twerking while on duty.

Twitter deleted many of the disgraceful videos that show just how narcissistic the nursing profession has become.


 

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Joe Biden, the apparent Democratic nominee, is in talks to pick his running mate and possible vice president from a short list of female candidates.

His list includes Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (pictured).

Whitmer's latest executive order has locked Michigan tighter than a drum -- even though she acknowledged Covid-19 cases are decreasing in her state.

Whitmer has banned public or private gatherings and she extended her stay-at-home order to include banning individuals "traveling between two residences."

Starting Saturday, April 11, Michigan residents can no longer visit friends or relatives or their second homes or vacation rentals within the state, according to the Washington Times.

Additionally, Whitmer ordered big box stores and home improvement stores to rope off "nonessential" merchandise and goods to decrease foot traffic in stores.

The Washington Examiner said Whitmer's draconian measures are like "an audition for vice president, and that's bad for Michigan."

Whitmer claims her unconstitutional executive orders are necessary because the coronavirus is pushing the healthcare system to the brink.

But one registered nurse disagrees and has accused Whitmer of promoting more fear to make herself "look better for Joe Biden."

In a lengthy open letter, the nurse wrote: "Michigan sees the puppet you have become for the Democratic party. Shame on you for what you are doing to Michigan!"

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Rep. James E. Clyburn, the highest-ranking Black Congressman, would like nothing more than to see Biden pick a Black woman - either Mayor Bottoms (left) or failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams - as his running mate.

But Whitmer is at the top of Biden's short list -- and she's determined to stay there.

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CBS News issued a “clarification" after promoting a tweet about an ICU nurse who claimed she quit her job because she and other nurses weren't provided with face masks.

Imaris Vera earlier this week posted a video tearfully explaining she quit her job at a hospital after she wasn't provided a mask to wear outside patients' rooms.

CBS promoted Vera's video in a tweet that garnered nearly 55,000 likes and 25,000 retweets.

But, after Senator Bernie Sanders retweeted CBS's story about Vera, she posted a reply to Sanders acknowledging she had indeed been provided with a mask.

"We were each assigned 1 N95 mask around the Nurses station or Halls. Which I came prepared with," she tweeted on Tuesday.

CBS tweeted: "The hospital, Northwestern Medicine, acknowledged that Imaris Vera had quit her job, but referred CBS News to Vera as to the details why."

In a Facebook post on March 26, Vera admitted she suffers from anxiety and bi-polar depression and was "feeling a heavy toll with transitioning back into the ICU" after being out of work for one year.

Vera quit after working just one day on the job.
 

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Travis Dyson, a well-known male escort who was involved in a crystal methamphetamine incident with Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum, voluntarily surrendered his professional license to practice as a registered nurse in Florida.

Dyson, 30, was found in a South Beach hotel room with Gillum, 40, who made history as the first Black gubernatorial candidate in Florida.

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Both men were apparently under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Dyson was treated for a suspected drug overdose by paramedics.

A search of the Florida nursing board website for Dyson's name reveals he voluntarily surrendered his registered nurse license. He was originally licensed as a RN on Dec. 11, 2017 and he renewed his RN license on April 30, 2019.

Dyson is a popular male escort who advertises his escort services under his government name on Rentboy.com and other adult websites.

Working as a male escort is not prohibited under the Florida Board of Nursing's professional code of conduct rules.

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A Cincinnati emergency room nurse was suspended over a profanity-riddled rant about homosexuals and transgenders in a Facebook post.

Cindy Carter, was placed on administrative leave from her job at the Bethesda Butler Hospital in Hamilton, Ohio, after she launched an attack against homosexuals and transsexuals on Facebook. She wrote, in part that "this country has gone to complete s---! and "these f---ing c--k-sucking h---- think they deserve everything."

Carter posted multiple comments in response to complaints by members of the LGBT community - many of whom are served by the TriHealth Hospitals system.

According to KSHB News, Carter's rant was motivated by Proctor & Gamble's decision to remove the Venus feminine symbol from Always pad wrappers after a female-to-male trans person complained about the packaging on Twitter.com.

In two comments screen shot by Cincinnati Councilman Chris Seelbach, Carter wrote she did not believe in the existence of transgender people, and that "entitled" gay men and "confused woman" were ruining the country. "Men need to be men. Women need to be women."

"This is the reason why transgender people don't feel comfortable going to the doctor, and they don't feel comfortable accessing medical care," said Tristan Vaught, a female-to-male nonbinary activist. "In hospitals, you're not sure who you're going to get."

Councilman Seelbach called for the hospital to fire the nurse. "Nurses should be able to treat anyone regardless of our differences, and having such extreme views and being able to put them out there publicly would make a lot of us apprehensive of wanting a nurse to treat us," said Seelbach, who is openly homosexual.

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"As an LGBTQ+ person, I don't feel comfortable using their services until I know Mrs. Carter would never treat me. Until TriHealth terminates the employment of Carter, I will not be using their services," Seelbach wrote on Monday.

But Vaught disagreed with Seelbach. "I know some wonderful people that work there. I've been in talks with their diversity committee. I don't think, as an organization, this is what they stand for."

Vaught called on TriHealth to make it clear that homophobia and transphobia are not part of their organization.

"I think everyone can be trained to be respectful," Vaught said. "I don't think that you're going to change hearts and minds. I think you can teach people, while they're on the job, while they're clocked in, 'This is the culture that we're going to have.'"

In the past, Carter would've been protected by the First Amendment that guarantees freedom of speech - even if her comments caused hurt feelings. But times have changed in the post-Obama era.

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A registered nurse who photographed her patients' nether regions and sent the images to friends via text messages lost her license to practice nursing.

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