Sharlene Jenkins

traveling registered nurse

Sharlene Jenkins on KCRW

“Every shift you would see the carts that carry the dead bodies down to the morgue rolling by. It’d be like, ‘Oh, somebody else died.’

From New York to Arizona, traveling nurse stays vigilant during COVID-19 pandemic

“Every shift you would see the carts that carry the dead bodies down to the morgue rolling by. It’d be like, ‘Oh, somebody else died.’

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“It's a little bit surreal because obviously I've never lived through anything like this personally or professionally.

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“It's a little bit surreal because obviously I've never lived through anything like this personally or professionally.

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