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A viral video shows a nurse who suggested she was forced to quit her job after being asked to work in a novel coronavirus unit without a face mask, but it appears that there is far more to her story.

The claims made in the video have quickly fallen apart, as the nurse’s comments about those working in the unit being unprotected appear to have been walked back. Jordan Schachtel, the national security correspondent for Conservative Review, pointed out numerous glaring problems with the video in a Twitter thread Monday morning.

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In tears, a nurse says she quit her job after she was asked to work in a coronavirus ICU without a face mask,” CBS News claimed in a tweet. The video was also shared by Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Even the Daily Caller, going off initial reports, produced its own video. The video has since been stripped off Facebook and YouTube.

The video shows a nurse in tears shortly after quitting her job. She said she was assigned a COVID-19 patient and that she was not allowed to wear her own N95 mask outside of the unit.

“I quit my job today,” the woman, who goes by the name Imaris on social media, said in her video. “I went into work and I was assigned to a COVID patient on an ICU unit that has been converted to a designated COVID unit. None of the nurses are wearing masks, not even surgical masks, in the hallways when they’re giving reports to each other.”


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