“Another nurse has lost her life”

– On the 16th, a nurse in her 20s made an extreme choice at Eulji Hospital in Uijeongbu. The deceased was a new nurse who joined the company in March. The bereaved family raised suspicions that ‘burning’ (workplace harassment) was the cause of death.

– The Medical Solidarity Headquarters of the Public Transport Workers’ Union said in a statement on the 22nd, “The deceased directly raised a problem about workplace bullying and requested a change of placement, but the hospital did not accept it. Another unfortunate loss of life.”

– The Medical Solidarity Headquarters requested the hospital to form a fact-finding committee reflecting the opinions of the bereaved families and to announce measures to prevent recurrence.

– The health and medical union also issued a statement on the same day, saying, “The extreme choice of nurses at Eulji Hospital is a holistic problem that combines the shortage of manpower, ‘burning’, and the Eulji Foundation’s pre-modern perception of hospital workers. ” he urged.

“Crisis of the collapse of the medical system due to the explosion of severe cases of COVID-19”

– Three weeks after the government announced the gradual recovery of daily life, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 3,000 every day. There are concerns that the medical system could collapse if the current situation, where the number of severe cases and confirmed cases continues to increase a little longer.

– Ending inequality with the participation of the two major trade unions and solidarity for participation The 2022 presidential election Voter Network held a press conference in front of the Blue House on the morning of the 22nd, urging the government to mobilize private hospitals to save the lives of citizens. It is well known that public hospitals, which account for 10% of the total number of hospital beds, are responsible for 80% of COVID-19 patients.

– As public hospitals are reaching saturation, the red light is turning on for the treatment of COVID-19 patients. They ordered that patients be treated by securing beds from large private hospitals that can treat critically ill patients.

– Local medical centers may not be able to treat patients due to lack of manpower even if they have beds. Voter Network said, “We need to reduce money-making care in private hospitals so that skilled nurses can treat COVID-19 critically ill patients and have an education and training system in place.” .

Yoon Seok-yeol 40% vs Lee Jae-myung 39.5% Super close?

– Four months before the 20th presidential election, there is a high interest in the support of the presidential candidates of the ruling and opposition parties. The results of a poll have shown that the gap between Democratic Party candidate Lee Jae-myung and People’s Power candidate Yoon Seok-yeol has narrowed to a close-knit match that is within the margin of error.

– The Korean Social Opinion Research Institute (KSOI) announced on the 22nd that as a result of a survey of 1,07 people aged 18 and over nationwide for two days from the 19th to the 20th on the request of TBS, the approval rating of Candidate Yoon was 40%, down 5.6 percentage points from the previous week. I did.

– Candidate Lee’s approval rating was 39.5%, up 7.1 percentage points from the previous week. The gap between the two candidates has been narrowed from 13.2 percentage points the previous week to 0.5 percentage points within the margin of error this time. Justice Party candidate Shim Sang-jung with 4.5%, People’s Party candidate Ahn Cheol-soo with 4%, and New Wave candidate Kim Dong-yeon with 1.1%.

– Regarding the nature of the next presidential election, 42.1% of “re-creation of government” versus 46.8% of “replacement of government” showed up. The difference between the two responses is 4.7 percentage points, which is also narrower than the previous week’s 16.6 percentage points (regime re-creation 37.0% – regime change 53.6%).

– Party approval ratings were in the order of People’s Power (33.3%), the Democratic Party (32.9%), the People’s Party (7.1%), the Open Democratic Party (7.1%), and the Justice Party (4.2%), while the non-party was 13.2%. The gap between the Democratic Party of Korea and the power of the people has also sharply narrowed from 10.8 percentage points in the previous week to 0.4 percentage points.

– Why did the gap between the two candidates suddenly narrowed in just one week? Could it be interpreted that the supporters of the passports have begun to rally? The sampling error of this survey is ±3.1 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. For more information, please refer to the website of the National Election Opinion Survey Deliberation Committee (nesdc.go.kr).

Reference-www.labortoday.co.kr

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