It was April 3, the first day of a statewide mandatory shelter-in-place order in Georgia. While residents prepared to stay in their homes, Ashli Scruggs... Valdosta nurse treats virus patients in NYC

It was April 3, the first day of a statewide mandatory shelter-in-place order in Georgia. While residents prepared to stay in their homes, Ashli Scruggs stepped onto a plane for New York City. Scruggs, a Valdosta nurse practitioner for The Howard Center for Women’s Health, joined at least a thousand other medical professionals to aid New York public hospitals and the spread of COVID-19. She’s still in NYC.

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