Pa. suspends some nursing license requirements to fight coronavirus outbreak
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State officials on Saturday suspended certain administrative requirements for nurses, including temporarily extending license expiration dates and waiving associated fees, during the coronavirus outbreak.
“We are taking this action to ensure that Pennsylvania has plenty of nurses available to treat patients and that these nurses do not have to worry about renewing their licenses while responding to COVID-19,” Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said in a news release.
“This measure also frees more than 14,000 nurse practitioners to be more flexible in meeting public-health needs in the weeks to come.”
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