Watsonville (CA) Hospital nurses start strike
Watsonville Community Hospital representatives said they are prepared to provide uninterrupted care for patients on Tuesday as nurses begin a strike that may last for up to three days.
The California Nurses Association started the strike at the hospital Tuesday morning at about 6:30 a.m. It is unknown how long the strike will last, but hospital officials said they are prepared for the strike to last until Friday.
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