Jeffrey Ravago

certified nursing assistant at San Miguel Villa in Concord, California

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Jeffrey Ravago, a certified nursing assistant at San Miguel Villa nursing home in Concord, says there are not enough hospital-grade masks for everyone at this point.

Nursing home workers pray they don’t get a coronavirus case, wear homemade masks

Jeffrey Ravago, a certified nursing assistant at San Miguel Villa nursing home in Concord, says there are not enough hospital-grade masks for everyone at this point.

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