Cherie Perry-Smith

traveling COVID ICU nurse from Atlanta, Georgia

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Cherie Perry-Smith describes the situation at MLK Jr. Community Hospital: “It was a 10-bed ICU, and then it was expanded to 20. And now they're at 35. And we're still expanding.

‘Community is being rocked very, very heavily.’ Traveling nurse on COVID in South LA

Cherie Perry-Smith describes the situation at MLK Jr. Community Hospital: “It was a 10-bed ICU, and then it was expanded to 20. And now they're at 35. And we're still expanding.

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