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Nurse comes out of retirement to help with Covid-19 pandemic

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As medical professionals deal with an all hands on deck situation at hospitals and clinics across the state, a former emergency preparedness nurse is coming out of retirement to help the central Nebraska reserve core deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

“There’s a whole workforce that’s untapped right now because they are in retirement that have the skills, the knowledge and can greatly assist during a crisis time like this,” said Central Nebraska Reserve Corps Coordinator, Ron Pughes.

At 61-years-old, Mary Steiner is coming out of retirement to help those in need.

“The primary premise is for us to help beef up public health in the community and to provide those extra hands that they’re going to need to provide those emergency services,” said Steiner.

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