Asymptomatic COVID-19 nurses allowed to stay on job in North Dakota amid staff shortage | TheHill

North Dakota, as of Monday, is now facing “high-risk” levels of COVID-19 infections, prompting recommendations that restaurants, bars and venues limit their capacity to 25 percent. The state has been reporting record levels of coronavirus cases recently, much like other parts of the country. North Dakota has more than 10,800 active COVID-19 cases. Despite those numbers, Burgum has resisted calls from health experts to enact a statewide mask-mandate, instead choosing to encourage mask use and relying on “personal responsibility.”

Source: Asymptomatic COVID-19 nurses allowed to stay on job in North Dakota amid staff shortage | TheHill