Nicole Landis

Nurse, Oxford Health Care

Nurse at Oxford Health Care.

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“We can come to you,” says registered nurse Savannah Becker. “We can educate, provide that support, and demystify any misinformation they may have heard about the vaccine.”

From mass, to mobile, to master bedroom: How nurses are vaccinating homebound patients

“We can come to you,” says registered nurse Savannah Becker. “We can educate, provide that support, and demystify any misinformation they may have heard about the vaccine.”

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