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Noe one proffession deserves more recognition and respect as far as I know more than Nurses do. But one thing I cannot understand is why in Gods name (some) Nursing staff go to and from work in their uniforms. The Germ carrying potential must be collossal. These nurses can travel on buses and in shared cars and all manner of things I think could be passed on. Considering that these are days when someone can go into hospital with a broken leg an contract Norovirus or MRSA. Infection control in hospital must be hard enough without sloppy standards such as this.
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I have to agree with what is being said, I would have thought it common sense that nurses and all other ward staff change in and out of street clothes when starting and finishing a shift. I would go one further and make a shower compulsory at the start of each shift as well.