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Fri May 7, 2021, 11:43 PM

5. In Minnesota hospitals & clinics generally require a CNA

but, for the most part, assisted living & nursing homes do not. Some may, but it is not required by the state.

I just confirmed this with my niece who has worked in the industry. She wishes they would require it as the aides with CNAs tend to be much more reliable - they also tend to be people who are planning to go into nursing or other medical area & having the CNA and some experience is a plus when applying to other programs.

All these outfits require flu shots, there is no reason not to require the Covid vaccination.

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