To all nurses, doctors and healthcare professionals:

AMN Healthcare would like to thank you for the dedication you put forth every day to support patients and healthcare facilities. The nation looks to providers like you, especially in times of need. We are calling on you to join our efforts in supporting affected communities.

We are in constant communication with hospitals nationwide and are working together to respond to COVID-19 while making your safety a top priority.

Recently answered questions

I currently work in a healthcare setting. What is the criteria to return to work if I have confirmed or suspected COVID-19?

Before returning to work, please check with your facility’s protocol to determine if they have adapted specific guidelines based on the local circumstances.

The following is CDC guidance for the non-test-based-strategy to return to work:

  • at least 3 days (72 hours) have passed since recovery defined as resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and improvement in respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, shortness of breath); and
  • At least 72 days have passed since symptoms first appeared

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CDC Criteria for Return to Work for Healthcare Personnel with Confirmed or Suspected COVID-19 (Interim Guidance)

When can I return to work after international travel?

Currently, the CDC recommends that all international travelers arriving into the U.S. should not go to work and stay home for 14 days after their arrival, monitor their health and practice social distancing. Before returning to work, please check with your facility’s protocol to determine if they have adapted specific guidelines based on the local circumstances.

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CDC FAQ for Travelers


What do I need to do if I have traveled or have plans to travel?

If you have recently traveled or plan to travel, please check CDC Travel Notices for international travel recommendations based on geographic risk assessment of country transmission level and possible restrictions. For cruise ship travel, check CDC cruise ship travelers for guidance. Though there are currently no federal advisories or restrictions for travel within the U.S., check your state or local governments for detailed information and additional guidance on travel issue orders.

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CDC COVID-19 and Cruise Ship Travel
CDC COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Country
CDC Coronavirus and Travel in the United States
CDC Travelers Returning from Cruise Ship and River Cruise Voyages

Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

Testing locations and availability vary across the country. Decisions about testing are at the discretion of state and local health departments. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and want to get tested, call your medical provider first. If you are currently on assignment, check with the facility you are assigned to and identify if they offer testing. If they do not offer testing, ask the facility for guidance on recommended nearby community testing locations. If you have exhausted those options, you can also coordinate testing through public health laboratories, or work with clinical or commercial laboratories.

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CDC Priorities for Testing Patients with Suspected COVID-19 Infection PDF
CDC Symptoms of Coronavirus
CDC Testing for COVID-19
CDC Testing in the U.S.

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We need your help.

We are calling on you to join our efforts in supporting affected communities.