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Bonus Checks For Frontline Workers Still Stalled At MN Capitol

1 month ago   |   By CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Bonus checks were promised to frontline workers months ago. As they now deal with another COVID surge, they could use them more than ever.
It's a tale of two worlds - inside and outside of the hospital.
“It's about time the public takes this pandemic seriously once more,” said a frustrated Mary Turner. She and other health care workers haven't caught much of a break in the last 20 months.
As the holidays near, Minnesota's hospitals are becoming overrun - things so dire that two military medical teams are getting ready to help starting Thanksgiving Day.
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