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Nurses, the backbone of healthcare, typically have to deal with serious levels of burnout – the COVID-19 pandemic has made the problem that much worse.

In Pearland, more and more Covid-19 cases have been reported. Among those who have been affected were prison inmates.

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Four women over 80, three women in their 70s, two women and a man in their 60s, two men in their 50s, and two women in their 30s were Pearland residents to come back with positive tests, according to county data.

Seven Windsong residents and two employees tested positive, Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta said.

A Manvel woman in her 30s and a Freeport man in his 50s were other residents in the free world to test positive, the county reported.

Inmates in Darrington and Scott prison units, both in their 40s, also tested positive. These are the units’ first positive cases since Friday, according to the Brazoria County dashboard. The county matched with 12 recoveries Wednesday.

Brazoria County now has 588 residents to test positive with 278 active cases and 303 recoveries. Seven people have died from COVID-19 complications.

For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks.

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Because of the exhaustion, this pandemic is giving to the nursing community, some nurses may accidentally fail to do their work nicely. Because of this, they may face a disciplinary hearing by the Texas Board of Nursing.

If you are an RN or an LVN in Pearland who faces any accusations, complaints, or even disciplinary issues before the Texas Board of Nursing (BON), please contact Pearland nurse attorney Yong J. An, call or text at 832 428 5679 or Mr. An has represented over 100 nurses before the Texas Board of Nursing since 2006.