As nurses grapple with burnout and staffing shortages, new guidance has them fearing for their own health

New guidance on chest compressions for COVID-19 patients instructs nurses to give them with urgency. The guidance instructs nurses to act quickly — even if they haven’t yet put on protective equipment. A petition condemning the guidelines has amassed more than 11,000 signatures in two weeks. Loading Something is loading. In late December, nurses began…